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|MODERATOR||Posted - 09 January 2001 2:35
Case #4: Liquid Food in a Kli Sheni
When you remove food from the utensil it was cooking in over
Exactly how this loss of heat effects the item's ability to
An exception to the rule of Kli Sheni is where the liquid is
Example: A lump of cheddar cheese accidentally fell into
If the heat of a liquid in a Kli Sheni is less than 110o F,
|frumgurl100||Posted - 11 June 2003 5:46
can a spoon be considered a kli?
if yes, then when you are transfering food from its original pot, by using a spoon, many times food drips down the sides, and does not exsactly get onto the kli. is this a problem?
|MODERATOR||Posted - 11 June 2003 5:53
Whether a spoon that was dipped in a pot and emerges with food in it is a kli sheni is a machlokes. The reason we would say it is not a kli sheni is because when the food entered the spoon (i.e. when the spoon was submereged in the pot) it was not yet removed from th kli rishon (the pot).
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