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Follow us on camel back as we drive through the desert, up Masada, and into the Dead Sea to learn the laws of immersing new utensils. Packed with stunning footage, great humor, and lots of energy, Utensils: The Ultimate Adventure contains a fascinating blend of historical perspectives and practical halachic guidance.

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7 years ago

Dear Rabbi Roth,
With all due respect, since you are only toiveling one utensil, shouldn’t you have said “al tevilas keli”?

Dan Roth
7 years ago
Reply to  Mordy

Reb Mordy,
Thank you for your good question: Two points:
1. While you are right that the Shulchan Aruch (YD 120:3) says that the blessing to recite on tevilas keleim depends on whether one is immersing one utensil or many, the late rauthorities (Aruch Hashulchan 120:22 and others) say that the custom is to use the plural form even when immersing one utensil.

2. I went on to immerse other utensils as well. 🙂

Galiah Harel
Galiah Harel
1 year ago

If you have a cheese utensil would you need to dip it in the mikvah?

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