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It is the hechsher of Rabbi A Adler of Gateshead UK, see http://www.hechshers.info/kashauth/147.htm


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Your first question closely resembles the topic of two pots that are touching (see Rema in SA YD 92:8 and tangentially 93:1). By way of background: two pots are on the fire and touching, one dairy, one meaty. Even when boiling on the fire, their contents remain unaffected. As the Rema writes this is to be avoided a priori. If one of the pot is parve this is ...


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The Star-K advises as follows: In general, these are permissible. If one witnessed a co-worker submerging the spout into non-kosher food, the urn should not be used. In many cases, however, one does not actually witness the co-worker placing the spout in the bowl but is concerned that it is a possibility. In those cases, one should make an assessment of the ...


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Per https://learn.oheltorah.com/t/prenatal-vitamins-vitamins-in-general/3299 Q: Can one assume all vitamins in general are kosher, year round, including chewable and gummies? A: Yes. IMHO that would seem to suffice for your second question. But your first question is slightly different than this question that was phrased "Can one assume.." (i.e. ...


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Chalav becomes Gevinah when the kosher milk is "curdled" or thickened, as stated in [Iyov 10:10]. "Did You not pour me like milk and curdle me like cheese?" (הֲלֹ֣א כֶֽ֖חָלָב תַּתִּיכֵ֑נִי וְ֜כַגְּבִנָּ֗ה תַּקְפִּיאֵֽנִי) “Hard” cheese is made by souring (fermenting) the milk to impart the desired flavor and then curdling the casein fraction of ...


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