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Author:  Eager2Learn
E-mail:  myfamilydr@gmail.com
Date:  7/9/2009 3:34:00 AM
Subject:  Toaster/Toaster Oven
Message:  This is the second time I'm asking this question...please respond as soon as possible.

I have recently bought a toaster oven that also functions as a conventional toaster (by Hamilton-Beach). From what I've read, ovens need not be toiveled but toasters do. In this case...since the bread is being lowered into the "oven area" do I need to toivel the appliance or do I treat it like an oven.   Is there anything else I can do to Kasher this appliance.
Also, the Toaster/Oven temperature can be set as high as 450 degrees F.
   
Reply:  sell it to a non-jewish friend/neighbor./housekeeper for a dollar and let her leave it in your house for you to borrow. THat is the best trick for items that don't dip well in water.
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