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How long between milchig and fleishig in oven?



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amother
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Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 8:57 am
I want to make Cheesecake and chicken today
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lucky322




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 9:42 am
you really need to ask your Rav. mine says to put the oven on temperature higher than you ever used to bake, or self-clean, for 15 minutes after fully preheated.

My oven takes forever to get to that high temperature (over 500°) so I need to put mine on for 1.5 hours. I have an oven thermometer for this because my oven is off.
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Brit in Israel




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 9:45 am
Ayor
Some Rabonim say it's allowed some say no and some say it depends on the oven.
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anonymous mom




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 10:58 am
I learned you need to wait 24 hours from when the oven was used last for fleishig (or milchig), then clean it out and put it on 550 for an hour.

Ask your LOR
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amother
Hosta


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 10:59 am
Double wrapped?
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amother
Lily


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 11:00 am
Ask your Rav.
We were told to wait 24 hours till it was last used & then kasher the oven.
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amother
Lily


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 11:00 am
amother Hosta wrote:
Double wrapped?


Double wrapped you can use right away.
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amother
Heather


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 11:00 am
My Rav told Dh to put it on 500 for 45 minutes.
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mom2dkay




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 11:27 am
amother Lily wrote:
Ask your Rav.
We were told to wait 24 hours till it was last used & then kasher the oven.


This. 24 hours in between
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amother
Dimgray


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 11:39 am
Some say as long as it's cool and clean there's no need to wait longer.
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kenz




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 11:42 am
mom2dkay wrote:
This. 24 hours in between
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I learned the wait is only necessary if the oven was dirty. If fleishigs was covered and no spills, kashering via high degree heat for an hour is enough.
Basically, AYR.
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amother
Cappuccino


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 12:35 pm
amother Dimgray wrote:
Some say as long as it's cool and clean there's no need to wait longer.


Yep, that's what we were told. As long as there are no actual pieces of anything in there, and it cooled down in between, it can then be used for the other.

We only self-clean for Pesach.
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amother
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Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 12:50 pm
Double wrapped chicken is fine, no kashering needed. Chicken is only d'rabanan meat. But ask LOR if you don't feel comfortable, or heat to highest temperature for 50 minutes like others said.
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amother
Cappuccino


 

Post Mon, Jun 10 2024, 1:01 pm
amother Cappuccino wrote:
Yep, that's what we were told. As long as there are no actual pieces of anything in there, and it cooled down in between, it can then be used for the other.

We only self-clean for Pesach.


And I would add to this- he is not typically very meikel, so this is not coming from a place of "eh, good enough". He was very clear that this is all it really needs.
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