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Tovel (toh-vayl) — To immerse in a mikva to spiritually purify
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Introduction to Toveling: Utensils
Introduction to Toveling: Utensils
Tevila is the Hebrew word for immersion.  You must tovel...
Toveling: Utensils: Parts
Toveling a Disposable Aluminum Pan
If a disposable aluminum pan will be used once, tovel it without a...
Toveling: Utensils: Parts
Toveling: Lid
You must tovel a cooking-utensil lid bought from a non-Jew before you...
Toveling: Utensils: Mixed Materials
Toveling: Mixed Materials
When toveling a utensil that is partly made of metal (which requires...
Toveling: Utensils: Kasher or Tovel First?
Toveling: Utensils: Kasher or Tovel First?
If you have a non- kosher food utensil, kasher it before you immerse...
Toveling: Utensils: Jews and Non-Jews
Toveling: Utensils: Borrowing Back Un-Toveled Utensils from Non-Jew
Do not use utensils bought from a non-Jew or made by non-Jew until you...
Toveling: Utensils: Parts
Toveling: Utensils: Electrical Cord or Heater
A utensil that requires immersion in a mikva should be immersed even...
Toveling: Utensils: Parts
Toveling: Utensils: Stickers
Before immersing a food utensil in a mikva , remove anything attached...
Peace in the Home (Shalom Bayit)
Shalom Bayit: Non-Observant Parents and In-Laws
Ba'alei teshuva often have problems with issues of kashrut...
Toveling: Utensils: Jews and Non-Jews
Giving a Toveled Utensil to another Jew
If you toveled a utensil and gave it to another Jew, the Jew does not...

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