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    Is feta cheese on the no-eat list during pregnancy?

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    Yes it is but I don't worry (personally) about it as much as the others. I still sometimes have the pasteurized low fat fetta in a salad if I make it myself.

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    Some info say yes and some say no. I eat it if cooked

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    I am a feta addict. However, I have only eaten it cooked during this pregnancy like the PP said.

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    Yep it is. Some chose to avoid it other don't bother.

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    I eat it cooked too, it is so good on pizza and I had it in a home made Mediterranean roast vegtable cob loaf the other day mmmm so good.

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    I haven't avoided it, but it is on the not recommended list.

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    Thanks guys, I ate a little bit the other day without even thinking about it It wasn't cooked, but then it was only a small amount.


 

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