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Monday, October 18th 2010, 6:55pm

The full fat soft cheese will be processed like philsdelphia so thats fine and the eggs will be pasturised because its supermarket.

The uncooked egg thing is to protect against salmonella. This is why its advised against eating homemade mayo, where as shop bought will be pasturised so shop bought will be fine!

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Friday, October 29th 2010, 2:09pm

Can I eat my fresh cream cake?

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I've been bought a fresh cream cake from Greg's and didnt realise it had cream in it!!! Can I eat it?
I dont know if the cream is unpasturised or not ;(

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Friday, October 29th 2010, 2:23pm

Dont worry, after picking off all the bits I could eat (pastry) it started to fall apart so i've chucked it away!!
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Friday, October 29th 2010, 2:54pm

Cream is always pasturised (unless you've gone to a gormet shop or possibly a farm who make their own but they will say so if not) the only things you normally find unpasturised milk products in are some cheeses so if it's not regular british cheese (like cheddar) then check the label.


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Friday, October 29th 2010, 8:36pm

Thanks Grace, i'll treat myself to a full one tomorrow and enjoy it!!! :)

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Hello, can anyone advise me on this please?
I've checked numerous lists about eating parmesan cheese and they say it's fine to eat. I've just realised that Sainsbury's fresh grated parmesan is unpasterised??!! I've been eating this in risotto when cooked, so because it's been heated is that ok? I want to make a pasta dish today and not sure if I should use it or not.

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Hard cheese like parmesan is safe, even if unpasterised.






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One of my team came back from China and bought in a massive apple which she said was lovely and today bought one in and cut in half for me to try some so I ate it and it was lovely but then I thought...... should I have eaten that...... its come all the way from China and I dont know if its been sprayed with anything or whether there's any bacteria on it.

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Wednesday, November 3rd 2010, 10:43am

Shelley, fruit we buy in the shops comes from all over the world which pregnant women eat everyday without any negative side effects to either themselves or their babies.

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Wednesday, November 3rd 2010, 10:45am

I have a really silly question...but ...Can we eat crunchy nut cornflakes?? If we're not supposed to eat nuts and they are covered in peanuts..

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Wednesday, November 3rd 2010, 10:51am

Hi Kimby

Unless you have a nut allergy or a family history of nut allergies then it is fine to eat all kinds of nuts during pregnancy, they are good for you. The guidelines on eating nuts and peanuts changed a few years ago when it was decided that they aren't a risk unless you have an allergy to them, if that is the case you wouldn't be eating them anyway.

Now get out those crunchy nut cornflakes and tuck in! :yumyum:

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Wednesday, November 3rd 2010, 10:56am

Oh thats weird Polly, my MW gave me the list of what not to eat and nuts was one of them. Well I'm not allergic so think I'll chance the crunch nuts.

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Wednesday, November 3rd 2010, 11:27am

I think the current guideline is that if your partner has a nut allergy, you shouldn't eat nuts, as this could increase the risk of an already prone baby developing a nut allergy. If you have a nut allergy you wouldn't be eating them anyway as Polly says..
They changed the guidelines when they realised that in parts of the world where nut consumption is really high, (SE Asia in particular), nut allergies are much less common.

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Wednesday, November 17th 2010, 9:48am

Fish....

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just wondered if someone could put my mind at rest before i ring the nurse (they'd be like...'not her again!!..lol)

I know we have to stay clear of shell fish like prawns ect. but is it safe to eat cod, haddock or salmon in say fish cakes, fishfingers or fish from the fish and chip shop. i'm just worried because when i got my BFP last week the nurse said she personally stayed away from all fish but i really fancy some fish fingers but wouldn't want to do anything that would harm LO....

I've looked on google but am confused.

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Wednesday, November 17th 2010, 10:11am

Fish is fine as long as it's well cooked so fish fingers and fishcakes are fine. You should avoid swordfish and not have too much tuna as they can have high mercury levels but other fish is fine.
I'm having lots of fishcakes at the minute!

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Wednesday, November 17th 2010, 10:35am

thanks for the reply Ruthie :thumbsup:
i was just confused with my nurse saying she personally didn't eat fish..... but i really like fish and chips and fish fingers and my hub makes a really good homemade fish pie with cod/haddock and salmon. i just didn't want to eat anything i shouldn't.

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Wednesday, November 17th 2010, 3:18pm

Hey BooBoo,
Fish is usually something recommended to eat in pregnancy as lots of good omega oils etc. Even shellfish is fine if cooked properly by all accounts (I've certainly been eating prawns), I guess the risk is food poisening so I probably wouldn't eat it from a kebab van but with ds fishfingers ended up being my standard breakfast!
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Wednesday, November 17th 2010, 4:45pm

Ahhh fish is brain food! I prescribe a fish finger sandwich made with white sliced bread, a processed cheese slice and tomato ketchup :D





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Ooooh, fish finger sandwich! Mmmm






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Friday, November 19th 2010, 11:12am

now yogurt??

Thanks guys for your replys
you've made me feel much more at ease eating my fishfinger sandwiches :thumbsup: with cheese slice...on white bread and ketchup :yumyum:

i bought some yogurts from morrisons, they are 'the best' range. as seen as though calcium is good i thought it was a good idea to get some. but it doesn't say pasturised on the pot?? is it safe to eat still? surely supermarket yogurt would be pasturised ?o(

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Friday, November 19th 2010, 11:14am

Yes, yoghurts are fine. I think nowadays pretty much all supermarket stuff has to be pasturised (unless it says unpasturised!)






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Thanks Flic i thought that would be the case :thumbsup:


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Saturday, December 18th 2010, 8:39pm

I'm confused about smoked fish. Is it safe to eat smoke haddock or smoked mackerel?
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Sunday, December 19th 2010, 4:41pm

Yeah :)

I suppose that something like smoked salmon is officially 'raw fish' but haddock and mackerel and both eaten cooked so are fine.





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Sunday, December 19th 2010, 5:31pm

Thanks. Hate salmon anyway :-)
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Tuesday, January 4th 2011, 2:03pm

Me again, anyone know if it is safe to drink macdonalds milkshake?
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Tuesday, January 4th 2011, 3:09pm

The debate here is whether there's bacteria inside the soft whip ice cream machine and whether ice cream is made using unpasterurised ingredients.

First, McDonalds are very good at cleaning their equipment. They're so big that if they made someone ill through lack of hygiene then their legal bills would be massive. They have a buisiness to protect and strict hygiene protocols.

They only use pasteurised ingredients because again, unpasteurised ingredients would pose a problem for babies, children, elderly people and pregnant women. That would make their product dangerous for a MASSIVE percentage of their customers and therefore, they would never use unpasteurised ingredients.

So, maybe there is a small risk of the equipment carrying one escaped bacteria but then if you've ever touched a door handle and then put your finger in your mouth then you're at significantly higher risk. You're also at much more risk of getting fat and your teeth falling out than you are of contracting anthing sinister from a lowly milkshake :snigger:

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Tuesday, January 4th 2011, 4:56pm

Thanks bells, that's puts my mind at rest.
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Wednesday, January 5th 2011, 11:39am

hi, just reading through and arrrghh! just realised i ate smoked salmon the other day? i havent been poorly with it (apart from the normal chronic pregnancy sickness) but one of the earlier posts said smoked salmon is raw? i wasnt aware of that. and i tucked into it like a right scoffer!

in what sense will it affect my pregnancy? will it harm the baby? im 10 weeks now and went without my prawn cocktail starter for xmas day and new years day (it KILLED me though) thinking i was being dead good. and now ive just read about smoked salmon being raw? pfft. is there anything delicious i CAN eat! lol

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Wednesday, January 5th 2011, 8:38pm

Hi Mindy

I've eaten smoked salmon a few times during my last pregnancy and this one, I have never had any problems and have always believed it to be a safe food to eat and have never been told any different. It certainly isn't in any of the list of foods to avoid during pregnancy that I've been given.

This is what it says about smoked salmon on the Food Standards Agency website

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Some raw fish used to make sushi, such as smoked salmon, doesn't need to be frozen before it's used. This is because smoking kills any worms in the fish. Other methods, such as salting or pickling, are also used to make raw foods safe to eat.


I hope this puts your mind at ease.

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Wednesday, January 5th 2011, 8:52pm

Hi Mindy

Here is a bit more about smoked salmon on the Food Standards Agency website

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Some countries advise pregnant women not to eat cold meats or smoked fish because of the risk of listeria. In the UK, we don't advise women to avoid these products because the risk is very low. The risk of listeria is much higher with cheeses such as Camembert, Brie or chevre (a type of goats' cheese), and others that have a similar rind, or pâté, which you shouldn't eat during pregnancy. However, if you are concerned, you might also choose to avoid cold meats and smoked fish while you are pregnant.


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Thursday, January 6th 2011, 11:49am

Does anyone know if scampi is ok?

i know its prob not very healthy..... but the thing i was unsure of is scampi like prawns?

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Thursday, January 6th 2011, 11:52am

Hi Booboo

Scampi is fine as long as its cooked through IE if its chucked in a fryer then no problem as it will be really hot when it comes out xx

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Thursday, January 6th 2011, 12:45pm

Thanks polly pocket! Mind at rest! :) xx


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Thursday, January 6th 2011, 12:58pm

My sister said to me if in doubt leave it out, the midwife said if you really want something on occasion then it's ok just don't have it in your daily food!! Scampi is find I think it is cold prawns that's the problem so I've had to turn that down as I use to have it weekly at my dads!! :-(
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Thursday, January 6th 2011, 3:54pm

sazzle - thanks for the reply hun. i've had a fancy for fish lately (those what we are allowed) and really off my red meat.

adreamz - lol...i like that saying 'if in doubt leave it out'. i think i'd starve sometimes cos i worry about allsorts of food. even when i go for pub lunch i daren't eat the salad in case its unwashed. :huh:

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Thursday, January 6th 2011, 6:14pm

I've never thought of that booboo, not that I'm into salad at the moment!! I'm also more into fish than red meat, must be something in it!!
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even when i go for pub lunch i daren't eat the salad in case its unwashed. :huh:


I think you've got to use a bit of common sense about all this what you can and can't eat malarkey. If you eat at a respectable pub where the food is known to be good the chances are the food hygiene standards are high (probably better than most peoples food hygiene standards at home), you are at very low risk of anything happening to you or your unborn baby if you eat there. Even if you were to eat an unwashed salad you or your unborn baby are very unlikely to become ill from it.

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Friday, February 11th 2011, 4:13pm

I just ate a crisp with a slight green edge by accident, is this anything to worry about?
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Friday, February 11th 2011, 4:29pm

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help please ?( someone bought me my fav chocolates last week (fererro roche) and I want to scoff them last night but realised they had nuts in. I'm not allergic to nuts and neither is any of my family but my FIL is so I wondering if I should not eat them as don't want to cause my LO any harm?



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Friday, February 11th 2011, 7:36pm

A green edged crisp really, really is nothing to worry about. Its just a slightly green potato that has been used, it wont do you any harm at all.

There is no reason if you have no allergy to nuts that you should avoid your favorite Ferrero Rocher, go scoff them all. The most likely thing thing it will do any damage to is your thighs! So enjoy!

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Friday, February 11th 2011, 9:55pm

aw thanks, I know I ask some ridiculous questions sometimes but the net has all sorts of opinions on there, don't half scare you. Also read today about sprouting potatoes and if you cut the sprouted parts off then the potato could still be infected? Well I've done it loads of times and didn't know anything about this?
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Saturday, February 12th 2011, 11:04am

Never heard of anyone being ill from eating a sprouty potato. I really wouldn't worry, there are very few things that can go wrong with a potato!!

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Friday, April 29th 2011, 8:31pm

Deli Meats yes or no ??

:hi: Hi

I am just over 5 weeks, and im trying to learn what i can and can not eat?

I came across quite a few articles saying that pregnant women should avoice eating any deli meats unless they are heated before eating them ?(

Is this right ?

I am wondering if this includes sandwiches from bakers etc - because thats my usual lunch, gosh what will i eat lol

i cant see this mentioned on FZ anywhere so im wondering if this is one to ignore ?

Am i being over causious? i just want to get it right ?o(

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Friday, April 29th 2011, 9:10pm

Hello

Have you checked out this thread??

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Friday, April 29th 2011, 9:16pm

i ate sandwiches from places i had been going to pre-pregnancy; just dont have any home made mayo as tends to have raw egg in it.
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Friday, April 29th 2011, 9:49pm

Hi Flic - yep had had a look at that very usful tread i just couldnt find anything on deli meats

Thanks Paris - so i can carry on going to my local bakerys for my lunch time samdwich then ?

Maybe by saying avoid deli meats it just means dont by from th actual "deli counter" at the supermarkets i was thinking dont eat cold pre sliced meats ??

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