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Author:  Simon
E-mail:  simonfeil@yahoo.com
Date:  1/27/2013 11:14:00 AM
Subject:  Do you really need separate milchik/felishik pots?
Message:  Dear R' Abadi,
In reading over your tshuvot, it seem like you can cook a pareve item in an aino ben yomo pot that is fleishik and then eat or cook that pareve item with milchiks (or vice versa, l'chatchilah. If that is true, do we really need separate pots? Other than not wanting to wait 24 hrs between cooking meat/milk or a geder around confusion or social norms, is there a halachic reason to have 2 sets?

Much thanks.

best,
Simon
   
Reply:  That is correct for Sephardim. I'm just not sure how you made the jump to cooking meat or milk in a dairy or fleishig pot. It is assur to cook meat or milk in a dairy or fleishig pot.
CYA

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