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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 12:58 PM   1
NicolaWynne
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Can i eat this??


Philadelphia?
Cold pizza? (thats been cooked night before and then put in fridge, like on a buffet?)
Peanut butter?
Cold sausage rolls out of a packet from supermarket?
Fresh cream?

Cant get hold of my midwife, dont trust google, or know it alls in work.

Thanks in advance. So sick of non pregnant/never been pregnant people trying to patronise me and make out im stupid and acting like they know everything. Arghhhh!



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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:03 PM   2
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yes
yes
yes
not sure about the sausage
yes (as long as cream is pasteurized)



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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:04 PM   3
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Yes to Philadelphia i fact i had some in my roll for lunch, yes to cold pizza as long has cooked, but me being me I would steer clear of cold buffets as not sure how long food has been out.
Peanut butter Yes, but not too healthy, Cream yes.

So all in all I would say yes to all but just err on the side of caution with a cold buffet.

My thing is shop bought cheesecake from like Tesco? I love it and get unsure as to whether i can eat it???? Any advice? xx



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:06 PM   4
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sausage roll is ok - I have it and i am ok
Philadelphia - don't think so as its soft cheese

but others yes



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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:08 PM   5
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My thing is shop bought cheesecake from like Tesco? I love it and get unsure as to whether i can eat it???? Any advice? xx
that is fine - i had that while back



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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:10 PM   6
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Philadelphia is fine! It's not the kind of soft cheese that's risky for pregnant women... it's cream cheese, and it's pasteurised

Cold pizza is fine provided it was cooked correctly to start with, I've eaten loads this pregnancy

Peanut butter - yep you can eat that too.

Sausage rolls should be ok, but I would probably heat them first personally.

Fresh cream - yes!



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:20 PM   7
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Thanks everyone. I really been craving some peanut butter and nutella on toast (yes both at the same time on the same piece of toast lol)

Having a charity buffet in work tomorrow, think ill just stick to pre packaged stuff eg cup cakes, crisps etc...

I was pretty certain philadelphia was okay as it says pasturised on the packet.

I been avoiding fresh cream, now i can go have a fresh cream cake from greggs?!?!



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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:28 PM   8
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I have to be honest, I've barely paid any attention to food guides, Dean does it for me. I've had most naughty foods, and she seems to be fine. I think most of it is just cautionary, INCASE something happens. But I use common sense



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:29 PM   9
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Yes to Philadelphia i fact i had some in my roll for lunch, yes to cold pizza as long has cooked, but me being me I would steer clear of cold buffets as not sure how long food has been out.
Peanut butter Yes, but not too healthy, Cream yes.

So all in all I would say yes to all but just err on the side of caution with a cold buffet.

My thing is shop bought cheesecake from like Tesco? I love it and get unsure as to whether i can eat it???? Any advice? xx
Peanut butter is healthy!! As long as you eat according to a serving, it's very healthy for you.



 
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Old Sep 28th, 2011, 13:30 PM   10
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I would say yes to all of them x x x



 
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