I have always been under the impression that I need only seperate my dishes, pans, utensils, etc.(basically just cookware and anything that physically touches food) to keep kosher. I understand it often makes sense to have multiple preparing surfaces so that flour and doughs and the need to spread out doesn’t accidentally make something treyf, but I recently was reading that many kosher kitchens have 2 ovens on top of duplicate cookware and utensils, especially commercial ones. Is this necessary to maintain the integrity of the food being kosher? Does it matter for different denominations?
Does a kitchen require two ovens to be kosher?
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