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    I was wondering if anyone has ever been to a store called “just smoke and mirrors” in Flatbush? They sell great serving items, tabletop dishes and things for the house. Really great inexpensive prices and amazing selection…I just bought a oven to table dish that is made from stoneware. does anyone know if it has to be toiveled? with or without brocha?

    Also I usually make cheesecake in spring form pans with glass plates do you think i could do it in stoneware?


    Please refer to your LOR. Mine says stoneware (such as crockpot inserts) do not require toiveling.

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕

    If it’s glazed, it might (ask LOR), but definitely without a bracha. If it’s not glazed, it definitely does not requite tevila.


    Sorry, glazed ceramic ware such as porcelin, china, and crockpot insets require tevillah. unglazed earthenware does not. “Stoneware” is a trade name (it’s not really made of stone)for a particular style of glazed ceramic and does require tevillah.


    ask a shailah it is not as straightforward as the above post implies

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