If a small non-poisonous bug jumps into a pot of noodles cooking, instantly dying because of the boiling water, and then is scooped out right away is there a problem with either the noodles or the spoon, technically speaking?
Unlike meat and milk, bugs don't "contaminate" the soup. We don't eat bugs but the soup itself doesn't get spoiled if the bug is removed. Therefore, if one is sure the bug is completely removed, the soup can be eaten.
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For instance, if a gnat falls into a pot of potatoes and gets lost therein, the potatoes may not be eaten unless one ensures (by cleaning off each potato) that the gnat is not present in the food he is putting into his mouth. Similarly, if the gnat falls into a pot of soup, the soup will need to be strained through a fine strainer, to ensure that the gnat is not in the soup, before it may be eaten (Shulchan Aruch, Yoreh De’ah 100:2).