Once again, Canada’s Kosher Certifier will be having a Kashering service for the public, this Wednesday in the back parking lot of our headquarters.
The Kashering procedure will be overseen by the Vaad Ha’Rabbonim. Preparation for Kashering is very important.
Be sure to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the necessary preparations.
Before coming to Canada’s Kosher Certifier the following preparations should take
All areas of each item must be meticulously cleaned.
A. Turned edges on pots and pans.
B. Joints, and especially the joints of pot handles, removable or non removable.
C. Cracks and grooves.
D. Between the tines of the forks.
E. Any connecting points of two pieces (e.g. knives)
F. Engraved writing on flatware and silverware must be thoroughly
G. Any silver with intricate designs or engravings must be thoroughly
Do not use silver polish on silver prior to Kashering as the silver polish will get
stuck in the grooves and invalidate the Kashering. The utensils or items to be
Kashered may not be used for 24 hours prior to Kashering.
If you need any further assistance or if you have any questions contact our offices at 1866 739 6363
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