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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngmummy2bee View Post
    With the seatbelt thing. Is wearing the lower half behind you and just having the top half on legal??
    Not sure to be honest, but I have my folder with all of pregnancy related stuff in my car so I don't forget it, including my doctors written advice re seatbelts lol. I have a hard time imagining a police officer giving a pregnant woman trouble for something like that, especially given that technically the seatbelt is still being worn. I doubt most would even notice it!

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    What about mushrooms? I often think about the chances of listeria and other things that might be on them

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    A pregnant woman can eat what she wants. But if she eats things against doctors advice and brags about it on a forum then ... Shes opening herself to be judged. And yeah I'm going to tsk. Don't want to be judged? Don't brag about doing stupid stuff *against doctors orders* that puts your baby at risk.

    I'm not saying anyone here has bragged, it's something I thought was related to the topic so... I said it.
    Risk is relative. Being open about something or admitting to being an imperfect human being is quite different than bragging. I suppose some people aren't so open about their imperfections because it makes them feel as though the illusion of perfection allows them to act the judge and avoid similar judgments on themselves. In reality, they are only fooling themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    What about mushrooms? I often think about the chances of listeria and other things that might be on them
    Good question! I just looked and it's on this list (ugh)!
    http://www0.health.nsw.gov.au/factsh...steriosis.html

    Guess I'm cutting out mushies too Soft serve is NOT on this list though!! Woot!

    Fruit salad!?!? I find the fruit thing so hard because I crave it and it's meant to be healthy for you. And cut fruit! Jeesh!!!

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    Crap well currently eating risotto with lots of mushys lol

    Well I washed them and all thoroughly cooked so should be ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToonZie View Post
    Good question! I just looked and it's on this list (ugh)!
    http://www0.health.nsw.gov.au/factsh...steriosis.html

    Guess I'm cutting out mushies too Soft serve is NOT on this list though!! Woot!

    Fruit salad!?!? I find the fruit thing so hard because I crave it and it's meant to be healthy for you. And cut fruit! Jeesh!!!
    What's wrong with fruit salad?? I can't open the link on my phone. I love fruit salad it has been one of my biggest cravings!

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    This is what the link says:

    "To prevent listeriosis:

    avoid high risk foods (as described below)
    thoroughly cook raw food from animal sources, such as beef, lamb, pork, or poultry
    wash raw vegetables and fruit thoroughly before eating
    keep raw meat separate from vegetables, cooked foods, and ready- to-eat foods (that is, do not allow the blood from raw meat to come into contact with other food)
    use separate cutting boards for raw meat and foods that are ready to eat (for example, cooked foods and salads)
    wash your hands before and after preparing food
    wash knives and cutting boards after handling uncooked foods
    wash your hands after handling animals
    perishable foods should be stored in a cold (less than 5 degrees Celsius) refrigerator and be washed and eaten as soon as possible.
    People at increased risk of listeriosis should not eat:

    pre-packed cold salads including coleslaw and fresh fruit salad
    pre-cut fruit
    pre-cooked cold chicken
    cold delecatessen meats
    paté
    raw seafood
    smoked seafood (for example, smoked salmon)
    unpasteurised milk or milk products
    soft cheeses such as brie, camembert, ricotta, or blue-vein (unless cooked and eaten whilst hot)
    sprouted seeds and raw mushrooms"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaJez View Post
    Crap well currently eating risotto with lots of mushys lol

    Well I washed them and all thoroughly cooked so should be ok
    I know how you feel! I just had mushies on my baked potato today!!! Oopsie!


    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    What's wrong with fruit salad?? I can't open the link on my phone. I love fruit salad it has been one of my biggest cravings!

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    I hear ya!

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    Ah just read it says raw mushrooms phew! All good

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    Raw mushrooms are risky, not cooked. Because raw mushrooms have dirt on them. Cooking kills listeria.


 

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