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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:25 am
Anyone know?
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:26 am
You just need to toivel the rack.
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:28 am
ShishKabob wrote:
You just need to toivel the rack.


that solves the actual oven part. But what about the place that toasts the bread. Its a separate piece and dont know if it can be removed
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:38 am
If you want to break it or burn down your kitchen, yes.
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:39 am
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If you want to break it or burn down your kitchen, yes.


So what's the solution?
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:41 am
Ask your rabbi. I have this toaster and my rabbi said - “if it’s for bread only and will be ruined if toveled then you do not need to tovel it”
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:51 am
self-actualization wrote:
Ask your rabbi. I have this toaster and my rabbi said - “if it’s for bread only and will be ruined if toveled then you do not need to tovel it”
I have actually toiveled regular toasters and left them to try for 48 hours. They didn't break and it didn't burn the house down. Been using it for years. But I guess this isn't the same thing.
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 9:54 am
Can someone explain to me the reason to dunk a toaster oven rather than just the racks and trays? I mean, nobody takes their full size wall ovens or ranges. What's the difference other than size?
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 11:08 am
ShishKabob wrote:
I have actually toiveled regular toasters and left them to try for 48 hours. They didn't break and it didn't burn the house down. Been using it for years. But I guess this isn't the same thing.


My husband did this with our new toaster oven. He said “don’t use it for a couple days”

We didn’t touch it for like a week maybe almost 2 weeks. But it works. However I did tell my husband that only the racks and whatever else that comes with it should be dunked only not the entire oven… according to the Rav we use
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 11:34 am
MiracleMama wrote:
Can someone explain to me the reason to dunk a toaster oven rather than just the racks and trays? I mean, nobody takes their full size wall ovens or ranges. What's the difference other than size?

It sounds like this particular oven has a piece that food is used directly on that cannot be removed
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Post Wed, Jun 29 2022, 11:34 am
As far as I know everyone holds that only things that actually touch food need to be toiveled
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