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    Default Xmas food

    What can and can't you eat??

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    Subbing, I found out last night I am utd so it rules out the cheese platter DP wanted to do for Christmas lunch.

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    http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/...y-brochure.pdf

    This should give you all the info you need

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    My ob told me you can still eat soft cheese as long as it's made in Australia, apparently ours is pasteurised so it's safe to eat, same goes for ham.

    She just said to make sure all fruit and veggies are washed properly and that anything Luke warm like bbq chickens etc are heated up thoroughly to kill any nasties.

    I'm not sure about seafood because I don't eat that but I imagine if it's cooked properly and you don't have too much it should be ok.

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    Given the recall on a couple of Australian brand soft cheeses this week, I'd be wary of them too

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    Also depends how long before they cooked it. You shouldn't have reheated food unless its a day after it was originally cooked.

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    Nothing. You cant eat bloody anything when you're pregnant

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    I've got some corn chips, natural dips ,nuts, crackers and hard cheese

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    I got hard cheeses for our Xmas do, made pavlova and that's it. I'm having Xmas in April once the baby is out.


 

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