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    What about salt and pepper squid?? Havnt read anything about squid and doyles makes the best just wondering as planning on a trip to Doyles soon

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    I'm sure it would be fine.

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    Squid is fine ( and nutritious!) and it is one of the lowest mercury sea foods - as long as its cooked go for it!

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    I've been having heaps of fish and chips! Battered fish has been one of my cravings I just try and choose fish that doesn't have a high mercury content.

    I had a HUGE craving one day and I went to a pub with DH and friends to have lunch and of course I wanted fish and chips. The only battered fish they did was Orange Roughy which my sources told me was high in mercury and I'd already had some fish that week so it was out. They had barramundi but wouldn't batter it for me. I nearly cried!!!!

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    That's funny well it wouldn't have been for you at the time. I'm still nauseous but seem to get it more mid afternoon so mornings to lunch I still have appetite. I love salt and pepper squid so will definitely get some next week
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    I've been having heaps of fish and chips! Battered fish has been one of my cravings I just try and choose fish that doesn't have a high mercury content.

    I had a HUGE craving one day and I went to a pub with DH and friends to have lunch and of course I wanted fish and chips. The only battered fish they did was Orange Roughy which my sources told me was high in mercury and I'd already had some fish that week so it was out. They had barramundi but wouldn't batter it for me. I nearly cried!!!!

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    lol I look back and laugh but no it was not funny at all at the time!!

    I've also had salt and pepper squid so I'm sure it will be fine

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    Yay to salt and pepper squid one more question me and DH are going to Malaya for our wedding anniversary they do awesome honey prawns which are in batter so fried are prawns ok or a no no? I really love seafood and miss it so much!

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    Hmmm that's a bit of a grey area for me clucky14. I'd say no but I can be overly cautious sometimes. They will be deep fried but I guess it depends how they've been stored and prepared too?

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    It is a top restraunt thou I guess you are right you never know how they are stored better keep away from them for now can't wait till the bubs due To be able to eat prams, smokes salmon and eggs Benedict again! QUOTE=Teenz;7163489]Hmmm that's a bit of a grey area for me clucky14. I'd say no but I can be overly cautious sometimes. They will be deep fried but I guess it depends how they've been stored and prepared too?[/QUOTE]

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    I have known pregnant women to eat prawns though so completely a personal choice

    Ohhhh yes eggs benedict!! Can't wait to be able to eat that. And soft boiled eggs!


 

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