Just wondering how closely everyone sticks to the food safety guides?
For reference of my asking this question, this morning I made myself hard boiled eggs on sourdough with a little mayo (not fresh - long-life store bought), and when I peeled and mushed up the eggs, the yolk was not 100% cooked. It was not runny by any means, just not thoroughly rock hard and that lighter yellow colour yolk tends to go when cooked to 100% hard. A little soft and mushy if anything.
I mixed it with my mayo and ate it anyway but OH was a little concerned. Realistically, my mum had four happy healthy kids and ate and drank what ever she wanted. The only thing she avoided was cigarettes and alcohol. (for the most part!)
Now, don't get me wrong, I'm only early in my first tri and will definitely be mindful of the lists of safe and unsafe foods (after all, they're there for a reason,) but how strict do I have to be? How strict are you?
Thanks and sorry for the long post!