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Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by zizii, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. zizii

    zizii Well-Known Member

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    A runny egg!!!!!!!!!!!

    I haven't had one in weeks and my Husban keeps having them on the weekends it's driving me mad :(

    I'm 14 weeks tomorrow , do you ladies think it's ok for me to eat it? Or soldiers :(
     
  2. Jennifurball

    Jennifurball Mother of 1 and a bump!

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    Midwife said a big fat no to it :(

    I know how you feel, MIL was making breakfast and I hate sausage and bacon so I had to settle for just toast, even though I was dying for a runny egg with brown sauce. :cry:

    It isn't worth the risk to me so I will just make sure that is my first meal after birth! :haha:
     
  3. littlecupcake

    littlecupcake Well-Known Member

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    I have asked my mum that my first meal be poached runny eggs and homemade chips so i can pop the yolk all over the chips....oh i think i might start drooling...only 14(ish) weeks left to go!!
     
  4. blouseybrown

    blouseybrown Well-Known Member

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    I have only just found out this a big no-no AND it's my 2nd child. I've been having dippy eggs for the past 5 weeks...
     
  5. _Lexi_

    _Lexi_ Mummy to 1 perfect angel and a 6yr old daughter

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    I've had them. As long as they're lion stamped, and the whites are solid, I don't see it as a huge issue personally. I don't have them often though. I've gone 23 years without getting salmonella.. I know people will undoubtedly judge me for saying all this though. One of my friends ate absolutely everything, including pâté, sushi and all the 'bad' cheeses. Her little boy was born 2 days late, completley healthy at 9lb 3. Entirely down to personal preference though x
     
  6. zizii

    zizii Well-Known Member

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    If I eat it I will feel SO guilty :(

    I am going to have subway to curb the craving for a while sniffle sniffle
     
  7. Jennifurball

    Jennifurball Mother of 1 and a bump!

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    Could you not have a lovely cheese omelette instead?
     
  8. zizii

    zizii Well-Known Member

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    :( recipe pleaseeeeeee jenniferball?x
     
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  10. lalitas charm

    lalitas charm Mummy to Bethan & Piplet

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    If you are in the UK then get lion stamped eggs (it'll either be stamped on the egg or marked on the box) and this means that the hens have been vaccinated against salmonella so they are safe!! I'm having runny eggs so long as the white is properly cooked that is :) Yum!!
     
  11. susan36

    susan36 team :blue: after 4 mc

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    hi , i still have them with a fry up . iv always ate them . when i had my last 3 kids over 15 years ago we were never told not to eat runny eggs or that the main thing i can remember is liver was the bad thing then :flower:
     
  12. Star7890

    Star7890 New mummy

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    As long as they are Lion stamped they have been controlled for nasties! Go for it :) I have and Im fine xx
     
  13. beanzz

    beanzz Mama to 2

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    I keep having runny eggs.

    My mum keeps making me bake cakes with her and i just have to lick the spoon when we're done with the cake mix which is raw eggs :shrug: no biggie.
     
  14. MaybBaby

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    i won't even risk it incase i happen to eff it up and be that one person yadda yadda, but i kow the feeling,i just made sausage and chips and was envious that i made OH a gorgeous runny egg and he didn't mop all the yolk up with his chips :cry: my first meal after he arrives will be, runny eggs, prawns and dry roasted peanuts LMFAO :rofl:
     
  15. stickylizard

    stickylizard Well-Known Member

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    if you buy pasteurised eggs you can eat them runny. i was pg with my daughter and working as a chef and our staff food was sometimes sandwiches with our awesome daily homemade bread and mayo too and i was sad about the mayo but head chef pointed out the eggs were pasteurised so it was fine :flower:

    also... i had a runny egg last week! ordered a brunch in a cafe and forgot to specify, it arrived and i thought sod it, it was nice! i wouldnt advise it unless you know the egg is pasteurised but im less worried with my second than i was with ella xxx
     

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