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    Did you buy/eat roast chicken from the shops (like Coles)?

    I didn't the first time around and was very strict with my food rules....but I've had women tell me I'm being too paranoid and to just exercise caution without being fanatical.

    So.....did you eat it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Did you buy/eat roast chicken from the shops (like Coles)?

    I didn't the first time around and was very strict with my food rules....but I've had women tell me I'm being too paranoid and to just exercise caution without being fanatical.

    So.....did you eat it?
    They are fine to eat while pregnant.
    However I wouldn't eat it when I'm not pregnant so no way wold I inflict that dripping mess of revoltingness on my unborn child..

    Sorry...

    Very passionate about shop chickens.

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    Lol farout... what's wrong with roast chicken?

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    I'd eat it hot straight away. But not if it had cooled down. Or reheated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    Lol farout... what's wrong with roast chicken?

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    It's not "roast chicken!" It's a seething mess of MSG and preservatives slathered on a dirty old cheap chicken from some revolting battery cage.

    As you were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    It's not "roast chicken!" It's a seething mess of MSG and preservatives slathered on a dirty old cheap chicken from some revolting battery cage.

    As you were.
    Tasty delicious greasy-ness I think you mean

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    Default Roast chicken from shops

    I'm the same as you someone told me not to eat it because they are not hot enough to stop listeria, but I believe everything I'm told and I'm paranoid so I'm sure it's fine to eat.

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    Default Roast chicken from shops

    My OB said not to eat it because it may contain listeria which is a firm of bacteria which grows on food, especially food that has been left out for a period of time. Listeria can cause diahorea (food poisoning)which can also be a cause for a miscarriage do I would be exceptionally careful if I was you. I was at Coles before and was craving for cooked whole chicken but when I remembered what my OB said, I did not end up buying it as I would not take any risks that would jeopardize my pregnancy....

    But it's of course up to you if you feel that you're just being too paranoid.


 

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