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    DH and I were standing in the freezer section of the shops today and saw pizza pies, my favourite!! DH and I werent sure if it was safe to eat or not, being that it has already been cooked and frozen. I am 15 weeks pregnant. Is it safe? I wouldnt trust the frozen meals so Im not sure if I trust frozen pies. Excuse the dumb question.

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    I think as long as it is heated through properly then it is fine. That's what I gather by what I have read anyway (that's what I read about reheating leftovers so I'd treat frozen food the same)

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    Just heat it to super-hot, it would be fine.
    Just choose a good quality pie with no mystery meats!

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    Just out of curiosity, why wouldn't you trust the frozen meals? It all has to be reheated so isn't it the same as say cooking a meal at home, freezing it then reheating and eating it later?

    Not being rude, im just curious.

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    Default Dumb "is this safe to eat" question

    What is a pizza pie? It sounds yummy lol

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    you can't defrost something then refreeze then cook it.

    they make frozen meals with fresh ingredients, cook them then freeze them.
    exactly like you getting fresh chicken from your butcher, cooking it and freezing the leftovers to eat later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WineTime View Post
    Just out of curiosity, why wouldn't you trust the frozen meals? It all has to be reheated so isn't it the same as say cooking a meal at home, freezing it then reheating and eating it later?

    Not being rude, im just curious.
    Honestly, I'm not really sure to be honest. Just one of those things hehe.

    Bulbasaur, a pizza pie is a pie with a layer of cheese on the top and then pizza filling like pinapple, ham etc. Its kind of like a pizza pocket but a billion times better I havent had one in years because I thought they stopped making them.


 

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