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Old Apr 28th, 2008, 16:45 PM   41
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Anyone know if I can eat Black Pudding? We just bought a toone of it while we were away, but not sure if I can indulge!! Any ideas?



 
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Old Apr 29th, 2008, 13:04 PM   42
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Anyone know if I can eat Black Pudding? We just bought a toone of it while we were away, but not sure if I can indulge!! Any ideas?
Im going to my midwife tomorrow so ill ask as i could murder some



 
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Old Apr 30th, 2008, 04:53 AM   43
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What time's your appointment? Do you know about black pudding yet? Everytime I open the fridge, it's there, taunting me!! (Except first thing in the morning when it makes me want to heave!!)



 
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Old Apr 30th, 2008, 09:36 AM   44
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Yuck, black pudding! Eacht to their own I suppose!

I was told only peanuts need to be avoided, and that's only if you or the father have any allergies, asthma, hayfever etc or have had these in the past because this can cause a peanut allergy in bubs.

I was also told things like stilton and brie are fine if cooked through, so stilton sauces/soups are OK as are deep fried camambert/brie (apparently).

My DH is stopping me having scampi because he's got it into his head that prawns and shellfish are bad - I LOVE scampi!

Also, I am craving runny egg yolk sooooo much at the moment, I keep seeing adverts on TV where they dip bread into a soft boiled egg - yummy!!!



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Yuck, black pudding! Eacht to their own I suppose!

I was told only peanuts need to be avoided, and that's only if you or the father have any allergies, asthma, hayfever etc or have had these in the past because this can cause a peanut allergy in bubs.

I was also told things like stilton and brie are fine if cooked through, so stilton sauces/soups are OK as are deep fried camambert/brie (apparently).

My DH is stopping me having scampi because he's got it into his head that prawns and shellfish are bad - I LOVE scampi!

Also, I am craving runny egg yolk sooooo much at the moment, I keep seeing adverts on TV where they dip bread into a soft boiled egg - yummy!!!
I want runny egg and I want it now! Everyone around me seems to be eating it and rubbing my nose in it!!
Can I eat smoked salmon? I thought I could, but then I heard yesterday that I can't! This is so confusing!



 
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Old May 1st, 2008, 06:37 AM   46
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Does anyone know if cheesecake is safe? I avoided it during my last pregnancy and have so far in this pregnancy but really love it and miss it! I'm assuming cos it contains soft cheese I couldn't but now reading this thread I'm wondering if I'm actually ok to eat it?



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I'm sorry, I think smoked salmon is a no because it's not cooked (could be wrong though). Not sure about cheesecake, but boy now you've put that idea in my head, I could eat a massive one!!!



 
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I love tuna mmmmmm



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Old May 14th, 2008, 00:47 AM   49
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Anyone know if I can eat Black Pudding? We just bought a toone of it while we were away, but not sure if I can indulge!! Any ideas?
Yes. Traditiional UK black pudding is a cooked sausage made from pork fat, cereal or oatmeal, seasonings and blood, usually from pigs. People often confuse it with pate or liver sausage, but it's not the same. But do check the sell-by date, store it in the fridge and make sure you serve it piping hot.



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Old May 17th, 2008, 14:17 PM   50
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One of my friends recently miscarried. She was told it was due to eating too many deli meats and hotdogs. Something in them caused the miscarriage. I didn't get all the details but I'm definitely staying away.



 
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