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Dear Rabbi Goldberg,Shalom!By mistake I have bought Basa fish in an Associated Supermarket and cooked it. For some reasons I was assured that it is kosher. Several days later I suddenly was told that it is probably not kosher. I did some basic research online and found-out that it does have very small scales, but is still listed as non-kosher because they can not be removed without tearing the skin [as RAM"A brings up in Iore Dea in the name of Maggid Mishne and Maggid Mishne quotes Ramba"n on it].Pithei Teshuva brings from Noda BeYehuda Tanina that if one can in ANY WAY EVENTUALLY remove the scales by hand the fish is kosher.My question is: Can I rely BEDIAVAD that the fish was kosher in order not to through-out kellim? If not, should I also through-out all the kellim on which I have a safek? Should I through-out kellim which were washed in hot water with the pen in which the fish was cooked?Thank you VERY MUCHSincerely,Avraham Goldsteinavraham.firstname.lastname@example.org
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