WATCH: Let’s Talk Kashrus, Fretting Over Fleishig Fries

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A Deeper Look into Deep Fryers

Everyone‘s favorite side dish might not be so pareve. Join us as we listen in to a conversation between R’ Shmuel Fuerst, Dayan of Agudas Yisroel of Illinois and Rav of Agudas Yisroel of Peterson Park, and R’ Yitzchok Hisiger.

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  1. About 25-30 years ago there was a fleishig fast-food restaurant near us, owned by a frum fellow and with a reliable hashgocha. We would occasionally eat there. Once I wanted fries, but didn’t want to be fleishig. I asked the owner if the fries were fleishig and he answered that no, they were pareve. The he paused for a moment and asked me “If the schnitzel is fried in the same oil, but not together with the fries, they’re pareve, right?” That was an eye-opening lesson for me, and from that point on I never assumed that even a trustworthy frum person knew the halachos of milchg, fleishig and pareve.


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