Has Anyone?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Second Trimester' started by Tink.x, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. Tink.x

    Tink.x Guest

    Eaten a runny egg? I love runny egg and haven't had one. But i would love a egg and dunk toast in it!!! Yum Yum!!

    So i wondered whether annyone has actually eaten one and been fine?

    xoxoxox
     
  2. KamKol

    KamKol Mother of one

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    I have, and it's so much more tasty when you know you're not supposed to!! haha! Anyway, lion eggs are supposed to be safe to eat raw.
     
  3. mamato2more

    mamato2more Number 9 on the way

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    You betcha..The way I cook them is to have the white totally cooked, even the white over the yolk. The yolk may get a bit done, but still enough that there's runny in it. I think that's fine..
     
  4. Sadie92

    Sadie92 Wife,Mummy & TTC No2

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    I have eaten them throughout my pregnancy. I love them... and its so odd how i suddenly wanted them more when i knew i shouldnt really eat them.
    I boiled them a tad extra in my first tri just to be on the safe side!
    No one can stop me now though lol.. i LOOOOOOOOOVE my 'sunny side up' and dunking soilders.
    Just make sure eggs have the lion stamp.. you will be fine.

    Im sure u will be fine :)

    xx
     
  5. Tink.x

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    AW smashing i gonna have one or two with me tea!!!! xxx THANKYOU!!!! xoxox
     
  6. Mrs A

    Mrs A Mumma & TTC #2

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    had em just like that :D
     
  7. Lara310809

    Lara310809 Mum of 3 girls

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    I ate them during my honeymoon, when I was 5-8 weeks pregnant, and nothing happened. They only say it's a risk if the egg is of an unreliable source, and not cooked properly. My midwife said that as long as I got my eggs from a decent place, like the supermarket, and that they had the lion mark on them, then they should be tested for things like salmonella. She said if I was craving them, I should have them. A lot of the "banned" foods are more just in case, but not actually because they will harm you. The chances of an egg causing you any problems is very slim.
     

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