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1. Construction of furnaces in Yerushalayim is forbidden.
2. The oven in the Beis ha'Mikdash is made of metal because it is a Kli Shares. A Kli Shares may not be made from earthenware.
3. If the blood of a Chatas splatters on a garment, the blood stain must be washed out. This applies both to the blood of a Chatas ha'Penimis and a Chatas which is brought in the Azarah.
4. If Kodshim are cooked in a metal utensil, the entire utensil must be rinsed in the Azarah, even if only a portion of the utensil was used for the cooking.
5. According to Rebbi Yehudah, if either Kodshei Kodashim or Kodshim Kalim are cooked in a metal utensil, the utensil must be rinsed in the Azarah. Rebbi Shimon disagrees in the case of Kodshim Kalim.
6. A pot used for cooking meat may not be used for cooking milk. If one cooks milk in the pot after cooking meat, the food is forbidden if the meat gives taste to the milk.
7. If Kodshim is cooked in a metal utensil, the entire utensil must be rinsed with cold water, not with wine or diluted wine.
A BIT MORE
1. Therefore, the earthenware vessels used for cooking Kodshim in the Beis ha'Mikdash were broken after use, instead of being placed in a furnace to expunge the Nosar, since there were no furnaces in Yerushalayim.
2. The Shtei ha'Lechem and Lechem ha'Panim are sanctified when they are placed in the oven for baking. Therefore, the oven in the Beis ha'Mikdash is considered a Kli Shares.
3. It is not necessary to wash the entire garment. Only the blood stain must be washed.
4. However if a Chatas ha'Penimis is cooked in a utensil, it is not necessary to rinse it inside the Azarah, since a Chatas ha'Penimis may not be eaten.
5. According to Rebbi Shimon, only a utensil in which Kodshei Kodashim were cooked must be rinsed, but not a utensil in which Kodshim Kalim were cooked. However, everyone agrees that if Terumah was cooked in the utensil, it is not necessary to rinse the utensil.
6. If the pot is used to cook Terumah, it may not be used to cook Chulin. If Chulin was cooked in the pot, the Chulin is forbidden to a non-Kohen if the Terumah gives taste to the Chulin.
7. However, Hag'alah in hot water must first be done, and then it must be rinsed in cold water.
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