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    Default Sizzler Ice cream

    No go or yay when pregnant?

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    I think it's soft serve? If so that makes it on the 'no' list.

    (wouldn't stop me eating it though, but thats a personal choice everyone needs to make)

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    Yeah, it's soft serve.

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    I eat soft serve occasionally when pregnant, from places like McDonald's or Pizza Hut. It's personal choice.

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    What are the risks with soft serve? I'm eyeing out the soft serves ad dying to have some!

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    I still eat it even though your not meant to, but then again I eat most things you not meant too!

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    Yeah is definitely soft serve so no go if you're not eating soft serve etc normally.

    Personally wouldn't eat most of sizzlers food during pregnancy as it's all salad bar etc that I feel has generally been sitting out too long. If you had to go there ie for a bday party or something then I'd be ordering off their menu only. But that's my personal preference/opinion only. HTH

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    I use to work for sizzler and its all fresh. It's thrown and changed after 3 hours.
    The ice cream is soft serve but it's up to you if it's a no go when pregnant. I eat what and when i want

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    I would avoid, even when not pregnant though, some of the common ingredients in soft serve - http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/07/0...e-cream-truck/


 

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