Yeah look I have eaten them twice now through out this pregnancy, I just didnt even think about the possibility of listera for some reason. I am fine weeks later
I think coles and woolies are fine as they are cooked fresh that day, but its up to you if you take the chance.
All the time 😁 but only on Sunday and they had a huge turnover, buuuut I did reheat extremely hot in the first tri into the second just incase.. Also wouldn't get it from a dodgy corner store no no lol
I worked in a deli (not now) at woollies and I would eat them.
The chickens in the deli are pretty much the same as the raw ones in the meat dept. DH works for the company Coles gets them from. And I used to work in Coles. The turnover is pretty quick, and I know in the store I worked at, the time the chicken came out of the rotisserie was written on the bag. I would eat them, they're tasty!
Farout you are hilarious, thanks! Made me laugh out loud your passion :-)
My DH is sick and craving my chicken soup when I get home. I don't have time to buy/cook one at home before then making the soup. So everyone's advice has made me more confident that I can also eat some and not cook a seperate meal!
I eat them when the situation arises
Sure I'll PM you
Ok so I just picked one up - time written on bag says 4.40pm so literally 25mins ago. Bag is very hot, so I feel more comfortable now!
I am not someone who will ban every single bloody thing in existance from my diet due to pregnancy, so I would certainly eat it. I can't remember if I DID or not, but if I felt like it, I would (and would have when I was pregnant too).
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