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Thread: Listeria & Pregnancy: Foods to Avoid Listeriosis

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    Default Listeria & Pregnancy: Foods to Avoid Listeriosis

    Hey guys,

    You can now find the Listeria article on the main site [url=http://bellybelly.com.au/articles/pregnancy/listeria-pregnancy]HERE[/url]!

    Kelly xx

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    What are the thoughts on fetta?

    Anbd the new fetta spread?

    Cheers

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    What about processed cheese like le-snacks and cheese sticks on the supermarket shelf?

    :-k Colleeg

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    Default Re: Listeria & Pregnancy: Foods to Avoid Listeriosis

    Quote Originally Posted by BellyBelly
    Please note that it is perfectly fine to eat the following foods:

    *All freshly cooked foods
    *Hard cheeses, cheese spreads, processed cheese
    *Milk - freshly pasteurised and UHT (longlife)
    *Yoghurt
    *Canned and pickled food

    ...*Soft cheeses (eg. brie, camembert, ricotta - all safe if cooked and served hot)
    Kelly xx

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    Ellen
    me too, i thought becuase they were processed that its 'no' food, well they woudl have been a brilliant snack early on in pregancy! looks like they are fist in my shopping trolly!

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    I had my anitnatal check up yesterday and asked her about that, basically cheese spreads and le snacks, also cheese sticks are fine- if they were going to go off then they would go mouldy, they have been treated so no bacteria will attack them (whilst on shelf- for their life duration)

    so all this time i didnt know! well i just though it wasnt allowed!

    well yummy eating then!

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    Even though the lovely Kelly has posted it all into this thread for your benefit, we do now have it located on the new BellyBelly site as well and can be found by clicking [url=http://bellybelly.com.au/articles/pregnancy/listeria-pregnancy]Listeria and Pregnancy[/url]

    Love

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    A really quick question and I just wanted some reassurance, but pepperoni on pizza is ok isn't it because it's been cooked?

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    Thanks Ellen. Yeah I thought it would be ok. As it was I picked off the pepperoni anyway but just in case IYKWIM!

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