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 Utensil (Keilim) Toveling

The Keilim Mivkah in the Ner Hamizrach parking lot is open and available for use. The water is regularly chlorinated and the area is being disinfected regularly. Please help us keep the Keilim Mikva open by adhering strictly to these guidelines. 

  • The Keilim Mikvah should only be used by one person at a time. 
  • All utensils should be prepared at home, removing wrapping, labels and stickers to minimize the time at the Mikvah.
  • Gloves should be worn. If you don’t have access to gloves, you must wash or sanitize your hands before using the Mikvah.
  • Surfaces should be wiped down carefully. 
  • Hands and immersed utensils should be washed carefully and thoroughly following immersion. 


Catering & Local Information:
BJ is not endorsing any specific food establishment. We are providing this information as a public service.

 The Spicy Peach will be having extending shopping hours the week of March 14 and March 21.

Bijan Catering will be preparing Passover meals for the holiday. Please call in your orders to 404-417-3005 or email

EB Ghost Kitchen Visit the EB Ghost Kitchen website for more details.
Visit the Griller's Pride website for more details.
Kosher Kreations 770-885-2064
Visit the Kosher Gourmet website for more details.
Tip Top Kosher Market Visit the Tip Top Kosher Market website for more details.



Utensil & Pot Koshering

Pot & Utensil Kashering Station
Temima Parking Lot | Sunday, March 21 | 10:00am – 12:00pm

Express service for those with less than 10 items
10:00am – 10:30am 

  • Please ensure that all items to be Kashered are completely clean, including removal of stickers and residue.
  • Opinions vary regarding the possibility of Kashering items made of glass, plastic, rubber for use on Pesach. Please check with your Halachic authority.
  • We generally cannot Kasher frying pans or pots used for frying with minimal liquid. 
  • We cannot Kasher items used for baking.
  • We cannot Kasher item made of ceramic or porcelain.
  • Our Kashering service includes a boiling and torching center. Please note that many items require localized blow-torching before being placed in boiling water. A trained volunteer will take care of each process. 


Fri, January 21 2022 19 Shevat 5782