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    Default If bacon is cooked its not dangerious is it?

    We are going to hogs breath for dinner with SIL and I am really wanting the chicken ceaser wrap. Yummy, it dosent have egg in it so i am all good on that front but just am nit sure about the bacon?

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    Cooked bacon is fine but make sure the dressing doesn't have raw egg if you're worried about it as Caesar dressing is made from raw eggs..

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    I have a BLT every weekend. My midwife said it's fine.

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    Why can't u have egg in it? U can have ur egg hard boiled

    Bacon is FINE when cooked, so are all deli meats FYI. If its cooked it's safe.

    As PP said, check the dressing isn't made using raw eggs. I think most big chains like hogs breath don't use "homemade" stuff, more likely mass produced stuff like u buy off supermarkets shelves so would be pasteurized - but check just in case!!!

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    Bacon is fine if cooked but raw egg isnt.

    Deli meats are a 'no no' if they r cold. Thats when the bacteria grows.

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    Apparently you're not supposed to have caesar dressing, but I don't follow many pregnancy food rules. I eat runny eggs, loads of deli meat, subway, leftovers, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Apparently you're not supposed to have caesar dressing, but I don't follow many pregnancy food rules. I eat runny eggs, loads of deli meat, subway, leftovers, etc.
    I had ham the other day, but most Deli's now are as clean as~


 

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