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    Default Stonegrill Dining while pregnant

    A very random question (and I hope in the right spot!) but does anyone know if Stonegrill dining is safe while pregnant?

    For those that don't know what it is it's when a piece of raw meat is served on a 400degree Celcius hot stone and you cook it yourself at the table.

    I would think it would be as I'm controlling the cooking but not sure if anyone knows?

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    Probably better as you can make sure it's cooked through :-)


    Me + DH = DD! (4/4/10)
    & now baby #2 is on the way!

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    Perfectly safe.

    If you're cooking your meat all the way through and not eating it pink, it's absolutely fine!

    Yum!!

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    Great question... I love stonegrill resturants and had not thought of that but yes I would think because you are controlling the cooking, it may be extra safe. Its going to be a bit depressing having everything well done as I'm a medium sort of girl myself lol

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    medium is still fine as long as the restaurant is reputable and you're not concerned about the quality of the meat or how it is handled. No point in cremating a good piece of meat imho


 

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