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Time sensitive!! Can I cook gefilte fish right after chicken
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 18 2024, 3:07 am
patzer wrote:
Hmm. Confused I was told that according to basic Halacha, there's no problem with using the same pots for both fish and meat (not together, obviously); however, if your parents were careful about not using the same pot, you should be careful as well.


Yes, there is a minhag to be strict, and usually people keep their parents' minhag.
Star k explains it, that anoot just needs to be clean to cook fish, but thay there is a very old custom (ie,. minhag) to be strict (ie, chumra).
https://www.star-k.org/article.....chen/
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 18 2024, 3:29 am
amother Stone wrote:
Yes, there is a minhag to be strict, and usually people keep their parents' minhag.
Star k explains it, that anoot just needs to be clean to cook fish, but thay there is a very old custom (ie,. minhag) to be strict (ie, chumra).
https://www.star-k.org/article.....chen/

I think you mean this article?
https://www.star-k.org/article.....te-7/
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 18 2024, 4:17 am
I realize I didn't make my original post clear. I cook ot in the oven. I wanted to cook it right after I cooked chicken in there
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 18 2024, 4:25 am
amother Pumpkin wrote:
I think you mean this article?
https://www.star-k.org/article.....te-7/


No, I linked to the article I meant to. The article you shared goes into more detail, but the article I linked also talks about fish and meat and the minhag of using separate pots.
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amother
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Post Thu, Apr 18 2024, 4:26 am
amother OP wrote:
I realize I didn't make my original post clear. I cook ot in the oven. I wanted to cook it right after I cooked chicken in there


As long as the oven didn't get any spills from the chicken, it's fine.
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cbsp




 
 
    
 

Post Thu, Apr 18 2024, 5:58 am
amother OP wrote:
I realize I didn't make my original post clear. I cook ot in the oven. I wanted to cook it right after I cooked chicken in there


We make sure the oven cooled down sufficiently - I turn off the oven and wait until I can stick my hand in and touch the walls of the oven and the grates without it hurting - could be warm but not burning - before turning the oven on again. This is between roasting uncovered fish and the next dish... (so you know for next time)

On yontif when I use my oven for fish and then can't turn it off I wait a while before putting in the next item

ETA so I would do the same in reverse if cooking fleishigs first...
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