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Sunday, February 1st 2009, 7:51pm

It's only milk and 'sugary stuff' so yes - if you want to :D

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Sunday, February 1st 2009, 8:12pm

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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 4:39pm

COCONUT MILK

Can u have coconut milk? x
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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 4:44pm

RE: COCONUT MILK

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Can u have coconut milk? x


Yes. Just be aware that drinking too much can give you the runs.





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Saturday, February 14th 2009, 4:48pm

ok..thank you! i bought some to make a thai curry then suddendly thought opps what if i cant eat it! lol. thanks again XX
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Monday, March 2nd 2009, 7:10pm

This might be a REALLY stupid question but I have no idea how much caffeine is in decaffeinated tea?

I am a real tea addict and its one of the only things I drink. I have 1 cup of decaff coffee a week at the most, have been having a daily creme egg recently but gone off them a bit - but i must drink about 6 cups of decaff tea a day.

I just assumed it would be ok but wondering if I'm having too much? I will give it up or cut down if necessary.

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Tuesday, March 3rd 2009, 3:01pm

Just a quick questin. I have craving for eggs any sort but juist wanted to ask can we eat runny eggs?? as i love dipping my toast in the runny yolk
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Tuesday, March 3rd 2009, 7:33pm

No, i dont think runny eggs are good for pregnant ladies hun ... soz! x

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Wednesday, March 4th 2009, 2:48pm

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Just a quick questin. I have craving for eggs any sort but juist wanted to ask can we eat runny eggs?? as i love dipping my toast in the runny yolk


The answer is in the second post Esha, Becky is right they aren't very good for pg ladies.

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Raw or partially cooked eggs
Avoid eating raw eggs and food containing raw or partially-cooked eggs. Only eat eggs cooked enough for both the white and yolk to be solid. This is to avoid the risk of salmonella, which causes a type of food poisoning.



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Sunday, March 15th 2009, 9:10am

Hiya,
I'm a bit shocked at not being able to eat vegetable pate. How could there be listeria in it? it's not a biggy cos I don't eat it that often, but me and DH are veggie so have it on toast sometimes (usually organic stuff).

Also isn't it less likely that free range eggs are dodgy? or should all eggs (runny yolk - dippy soldier style :snigger:) be avoided :sadface:
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Sunday, March 15th 2009, 8:49pm

All eggs i would assume .... u had porched eggs the other day didnt u <naughty> hehehe, i think its only cos they might cause the runs - or a very bad case of, an since u ate them, u aint had the runs have u??? No, didnt think so - but no more runny porced from now on oh pregnant one :happy:

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Monday, March 16th 2009, 8:16pm

salmon

Hi..i know its a little late but i have just cooked and eaten salmon. It may have been slightly undercooked. Do you think i'll be ok? x
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Monday, March 16th 2009, 8:25pm

I'm sure you will be fine Frankie. a lot oof us on here have eaten (and drunk) the stuff we were supposed to avoid before we knew we were pregnant and gone on to have healthy babies. Please don't worry but try and make sure its properly cooked next time.





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Monday, March 16th 2009, 9:07pm

yeah defo will do, thanks XX
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Sunday, April 19th 2009, 12:51pm

Mouldy Bread!

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I had a toasted sarni and half way through noticed mould on the side of the bread! I chucked the uneaten half but wondered if this could now harm the babies?

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Sunday, April 19th 2009, 8:52pm

No don't worry, although it was probably an unpleasant experience the type of mould you get on food is easily dealt with by your stomach acids. Your babies are in no danger.







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Sunday, April 19th 2009, 8:55pm

thanks for your help! X
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Sunday, April 19th 2009, 9:00pm

No problem at all







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Sunday, July 26th 2009, 6:49pm

Does anyone know if I can have a mcdonalds milkshake?
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Sunday, July 26th 2009, 7:38pm

Yes if you want one. The concern about milkshakes is linked to the concern about 'mr whippy' type ice-creams which is a risk of listeria from equipment which may not have been cleaned that regularly or thoroughly. That shouldn't be an issue with Mcdonalds though.

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Sunday, July 26th 2009, 8:25pm

Can I eat dairyLea dunkers?

Hi just got myself some dairylea Dunkers and I went to eat them and my friend looked at me wierd and said you can't eat them.
So now I'm unsure can I or can't I.

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Sunday, July 26th 2009, 8:29pm

Yes of course you can! It's processed cheese and children eat it all the time, it's absolutely fine.

Enjoy :smile:




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Sunday, July 26th 2009, 8:31pm

Oh brilliant gonna go and get it out of fridge I was a bit gutted when she said I couldn't eat them as I love them.

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Monday, July 27th 2009, 11:31am

So glad I can have a McD's milkshake.. Thanks x
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Friday, November 20th 2009, 4:27pm

Feta?

Can you eat feta cheese? It's one of my favourites. I went to Sainsbury's and read all of them packages, it's not written on any of them if it's pasteurised. But it's goats's cheese. I'm really confused.

Also, Mozarella - safe?
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Saturday, November 21st 2009, 5:44pm

OMG good why did I start to read this now I'm panicing thinking I've eaten something I shouldn't!!!

Just need to check, having some FZ girls over for dinner, and was thinking of making cheesecake with Philly type cheese I'm assuming that this is ok.

Following on from SweetS question about can you eat Feta. I'm assuming eating Halluomi, it was cooked, is ok.

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Saturday, November 21st 2009, 8:17pm

Yes Pushoz, all those cheeses are fine. the ones to avoid are unpasteurised ones like brie and camenbert and blue ones like stilton. going to go now 'cos I am making myself hungry!





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Thursday, January 21st 2010, 6:47pm

Does anyone know if it's ok to eat cheesecake? - We've a team night out and that's the only pudding I fancy. I thought it would be ok, but got a card from Hip Organics today - saying cheesecake was one to avoid.
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Thursday, January 21st 2010, 7:19pm

Cheesecake is normally made with soft cheese which should in pretty much every case be pasteurised. If you were really worried you could call ahead and ask if it's homemade or contains anything unpasteurised but I'd place a bet on the fact that they're bought in and I'd be very surprised if any manufacturer would risk using raw egg or unpasteurised cheese in a commercially available product.





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Friday, April 30th 2010, 1:54pm

Should I be avoiding soft whipped ice cream????

I have just read somewhere that you should avoid soft whip ice cream in pregnancy. OMG I have a 99 everytime I see an ice cream van, and I was plannng on having a few this weekend as I am off to Devon. Has anyone heard the before or know if it is correct????

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Saturday, May 1st 2010, 8:53am

Hi Jasper,

This is correct apparently. My midwife told me not to eat the whippy type ice-cream or mcflurry's etc from McD's. She said it's because of the machines it comes from - you can't always guarantee how clean they are etc. You can still have normal ice-cream though and stick a flake in! - enjoy Devon - hope it's sunny!
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Friday, May 7th 2010, 10:06am

Pawn Cocktail?

Can u eat pawn cocktail..like without heating them up (as they come with the lettuce) I have got a big craving for them! x
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Friday, May 7th 2010, 11:40am

Here's some info on prawns and other seafood.

http://www.babycentre.co.uk/pregnancy/nu…/seafoodexpert/

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As long as they're cooked (regardless of whether you're eating them hot or cold.... as long as they're pink and not grey/see through!) and as long as they're fresh, as long as they're prepared well (not on the floor of some greasy cafe) and you're happy that they are ok then you're left with the same very small risk of food poisoning that you face when you have eatem prawns throughout the rest of your life.

I personally had incredible cravings for king prawns, soft white bread and mayonnaise when I was pregnant with my first daughter and had to have them every day for about three weeks. It was a personal decision and I took all of the above into consideration.





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Friday, May 14th 2010, 2:11pm

Can I eat chewits (yummy sweets), Ive just noticed they have egg and egg white in them?
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Friday, May 14th 2010, 5:36pm

God yes, it'll all be pasturised & cooked stuff. Chew away!

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Friday, May 14th 2010, 6:39pm

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Thursday, June 10th 2010, 8:12pm

Hi..can u eat greek yogurt bought from food supermarket. I dont think it says if its pasturised? x
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Thursday, June 10th 2010, 10:02pm

Indeed!

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Greek yogurt
Greek yogurt typically has twice the protein of regular yogurt, making it one of Geagan's favorite pregnancy foods. And any kind of yogurt is a great source of calcium, which is vital in a pregnancy diet. If you don't take in enough calcium, the limited amount you have will go to your baby, says Geagan, depleting the calcium in your bones and teeth.

"The goal during pregnancy is to make sure you provide everything your baby needs without sacrificing your own health and nutrition," she explains. "Calcium will help keep your own bones intact while laying down a healthy skeleton for your baby


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Friday, June 11th 2010, 10:06am

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Thursday, July 15th 2010, 9:53pm

Gone off milk!

Hi, I have just had some cereal and towards the end noticed the milk tasted funny!We opened it this morning and its used by date is today! Do u think I'll be ok? Then again not alot I can do about it now! x
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Sunday, July 18th 2010, 12:21pm

Hi girlies, does anyone know if I can have coleslaw and potato salad? I've read somewhere that I can, and then somewhere else that I can't because of listeria!

Anyone here know?

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Sunday, July 18th 2010, 5:06pm

It depends really on whether it's been made in a a roadside catering wagon or sat out all day at a supermarket salad bar ... or whether you've bought it in a tub from M&S or have made it yourself.

I wouldn't eat the former pregnant or not but the latter will only consist of vegetables mixed with mayo. All mayo, unless otherwise specified, is pasteurised so I can't see any reason not to.





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Monday, August 16th 2010, 9:39pm

All this what you can and can't eat info - which is often conflicting - is really stressing me out! We went for a meal this evening at Chiquito's Mexican restaraunt and at the time I thought nothing of it but since I've got home I've started worrying that maybe I've eaten something I shouldn't have. I instantly got online and found that apparently, the soured cream I had as part of the nachos is ok, and I also believe that the monterey jack cheese which was part of my burrito was also ok. However, both dishes also contained something called chili con queso which I have read up on and found is kind of a cheese dip/sauce type thing and I can't find much info on whether or not that is safe or not. Any ideas? It's stressing me out!

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Friday, September 24th 2010, 9:42am

MC Chicken Sandwich

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Just thought i would let u know for those who didnt know that the mayo in McChicken Sandwich is pastuerised! It does not say on their website so I gave them a call! I have been craving it lately! x
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Friday, September 24th 2010, 10:46am

It's only going to be homemade mayo that's not pasteurised really. Anything commercially available will be pasteurised because of the very small risk to the elderly, infants and pregnant people. That would rule out a lot of their business.

Same for ice cream.

It's worth asking if you're in a fancy restaurant because the chef may may his or her own but in a chain resturant or in supermarkets you can assume it's all safe.





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Saturday, October 16th 2010, 4:57pm

Carrot Cake

Hello,

This may be another of my many stupid questions but I really love carrot cake and have ate it throughout my pregnancy so far, maybe one or two a month, if not less.

Anyway, DH bought some from the shop today and I just happened to double check the package and it says it has full fat soft cheese on it, presumably the topping.

Does anyone know if it is safe to eat carrot cake with this topping?!

Thanks for any advice.

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Saturday, October 16th 2010, 5:38pm

Hi Tiggs,

I would also like the answer to this as I bought a cheesecake yesterday then on getting it home looked at the ingredients and it said Full Fat Soft Cheese and cos I wasnt sure I threw a strop and put it in the fridge for DH to eat it.... was really really unhappy and got really frustrated, so much so that DH went out and bought me an apple crumble to compensate for my cheesecake craving!! :)

We have kept the cheesecake (as we have friends over for dinner tomorrow) and i've had to go and get my own pudding :(, am not impressed.
I LOVEEEEE cheesecake and cos i just dont know whether its safe or not, i'm having to leave it just to be on the safe side ;(

Hope you get some answers soon xxx

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Saturday, October 16th 2010, 7:34pm

Hello,

Soft cheese you should avoid is mould ripened like brie, camembert (sp?) that sort of cheese, also blue veined cheese like stilton and unpasterised cheeses. This is because listeria is more likely to grow listeria in them.

Cheese like Philadelphia, mozzarella, cream cheese, feta, are all fine as these are processed.

Cheesecake is usually made from cheese like Philadelphia or mascarpone which is fine as its processed.

I would double check the ingredients but then get tucked in girls!!!

I got a gorgeous lemon cheesecake from tesco for a quid and it is lovely!!!!!






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Sunday, October 17th 2010, 8:17pm

Which one?

This is a ridculous question I know, and I dont blame you if you read and run but i really want to know.....

Which brand of cheesecake can i eat? We bought a tesco finest new york cheesecake and when i got home i got scared about it cos of the full fat soft cheese and eggs cos it didnt say that it was baked.

Should I just not eat any form of cheesecake? Would it be safer?

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