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    I was very paranoid about a lot of things with my first.
    I am 36 weeks now and I am pretty much eating anything I want with the exception of few things like raw fish etc.

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    Hi
    i eat them. I just heat it up in microwave still steaming hot. Then have to wait so don't burn mouth, that's the hard part! We have awesome free range roast chickens at our local woolies now. Yummy!

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    My midwife who is very relaxed and laid back said that those chickens are probably the worst to eat.

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    I've had them a fair bit but I heat in the microwave to steaming hot first.

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    ACA or TT (cant remember which not that it matters as they have the same stories anyway) did a 'superduper' cutting edge 'expose' on BBQ chooks from lots of different places and Coles and woolies both failed the temperature test (ie the ones they tested we're at temps conducive to bacteria which causes various food related illnesses) - now that's clearly a small sample and long bow to draw to say this would apply to all (not that it stopped them doing so) but not worth the risk in my opinion! I had one gastro scare during pregnancy and ended up at my ob convinced I had listeria!! Not fun.....

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    Yes I do - I don't get the woollies ones but I do get lovely free range ones from my local shop. If it's hot, it's fine

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    Mmmm chicken, I have also been naughty and eaten a whole roll of salami (no prizes for guessing I have put on weight) BUT always make sure it's HOT! I'm sure that's allowed? Even had some cooked feta on homemade pizza last night....!

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    I only eat them from woolies because they have a time on the bag so you know how old they are. I steer clear of Coles brand because they don't have a time on them...

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    I've only eaten them when I've reheated at home. Having said that, I've not stopped eating KFC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabailey View Post
    I only eat them from woolies because they have a time on the bag so you know how old they are. I steer clear of Coles brand because they don't have a time on them...
    Actually Coles do have a time stamp, it's where I got mine from. It was still piping hot so I know it was fresh!


 

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