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    The mayo is unlikely to contain raw egg. It's mass-produced stuff, not fancy restaurant stuff.

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    Yep. I realise its stressfull... But If you truly were THAT paranoid about eating things that could contain lysteria or be on the no no list. You wouldnt eat.... at all.

    Sauces that come out of jars (kraft, praise etc ) and those that are commerically sold out of packets, jars etc. Are 100% safe. They are made using powdered egg or pasturised egg which is 100% safe. Same with ice cream .. technically, It has egg in it. BUT .. after digging more into Ben & Jerrys (after my husband gladly ate TWO tubs of it as I gave mine to him after seeing EGG in the list) ... Pasturised egg is fine.

    Things on the raw list are ... Chocolate mousse, Egg nog etc. Things are are made FRESH .. so hollandaise sauce in a cafe that is made "in house". If its out of a bag, Its fine.

    I went to America from week 4 - 6 pregnant and ate fast food for a whole 2 weeks. Bub is perfectly fine.

    However. Things I DO stand by ... Limited caffeine. ( I gave up coke and coffee, I only rarely drink a frozen coke / raspberry half half). No seafood at all, Rare steak ( I have it medium). Soft eggs, Alcohol etc.

    If you really wanted to get into the Lysteria drama. Lettuce has been found to have lysteria on it! As I said, People would give up eating.

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    Default Re: Hungry jacks mayo?

    After months of eating 'right' for my pregnancy, I've ben diagnosed with gestational diabetes. Now, short of salad sandwiches, with whole grain bread, there is really nothing that I'm 'allowed' to eat.
    The last few days, I've kind of gone, stuff it, if I want something, I'm eating it. I just monitor my glucose levels and as long as they're ok, I don't worry about it too much.
    Common sense is definitely the key.

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    I believe i know what mayonnaise they use, i think that it is 'SW Mayonnaise'
    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=S...gg%3B200%3B200
    this is a pic to it.
    Hope this helped


 

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