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    maggie Guest

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    Hi, i am dying to have some feta cheese tonight on my home made pizzas.



    It is australian fetta, i am 21w , is this safe??? or should fetta be avoided

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    I had fetta when i was pregnant after the first trimester and i didnt worry too much about it,but then after you have the first pregnancy i think you tend to worry less lol
    Maybe one of the other girls will be able to help you more!

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    I had feta a few times, and you're cooking it yes? so I think it should be ok

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    Just make sure it is pasteurised and not the variety they keep in the deli section in the open and have put multiple staff accessing it or kept in liquid.

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    I agree - as long as it's the sealed one that you buy in the cheese section of the supermarket it should be fine. It's a hard cheese and I think it's really only the soft ones you have to watch out for.

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    I avoided feta and all other soft cheeses when p/g (I love it though) As long as it is cooked though it's fine (same goes for ricotta)

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    As long as it's pasturised, it's fine whether cooked or not.

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    I ate all cheeses throughout preg (brie, fetta etc) as long as they were pasturised, which all aussie cheeses are. You just avoid buying things from the deli section xo

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    I have heard its ok to eat fetta in second and third trimester.

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