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    Default Ah! Ate goats cheese!

    We went to a friend's house for new years and when we got there they'd cooked a quiche and salad for dinner. The goats cheese was cooked in the quiche but I'm still not sure if I was meant to eat it? Bad choice for someone who's never eaten it before as well! I ate a teensy bit and said I was feeling car sick (which is usually the case and wasn't a lie!) bit wondering if I should have?
    Pregnant or not I have no intention of eating it again! Ick!
    Don't get me wrong, I appreciated them cooking which made me feel worse about not eating it, but nooo!
    I think I read as long as it's cooked it's okay?

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    was the quiche served hot or cold? I think the no-no cheeses are ok so long as they're cooked and served hot? not sure what the story is with cooked and then served cold.

    I'm sure you'll be ok!

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    was the quiche served hot or cold? I think the no-no cheeses are ok so long as they're cooked and served hot? not sure what the story is with cooked and then served cold.

    I'm sure you'll be ok!
    It was just cooked but by the time they served it It was semi-hot. It was from a reputable store so hopefully that helps.
    It's funny because I know there are people who eat everything and they dont even worry about it but I can't help it! I'm 33.5 weeks at the moment and bubs is still bouncing around so fingers crossed, thanks!

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    you're a week ahead of me then!! lol

    look your main concern with naughty cheeses is listeria, which thankfully is pretty rare.

    if the place you bought it from is reputable and the quiche was freshly cooked, chances are you're fine.

    the guidelines are about minimizing your exposure to reduce your risk level as much as possible. statistically speaking, you'd have to be pretty bloody unlucky to get listeria once from a dodgy quiche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    you're a week ahead of me then!! lol

    look your main concern with naughty cheeses is listeria, which thankfully is pretty rare.

    if the place you bought it from is reputable and the quiche was freshly cooked, chances are you're fine.

    the guidelines are about minimizing your exposure to reduce your risk level as much as possible. statistically speaking, you'd have to be pretty bloody unlucky to get listeria once from a dodgy quiche.
    Thanks! Very true. My friend made the quiche but it was from a very popular cheese shop in the "cool" part of town, so I don't think theyd sell dodgy stuff.
    Like I said, I ate the teensiest amount I could get away with not just because of baby but because I couldn't stand the taste!
    She took it out of the oven while I was there and we ate within about 20 minutes so I'm sure I'm just being paranoid!
    That's exciting about your bubs! Is it your first? (Wondering if I can read this down the bottom of your info once I'm not in this screen).

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    Most goats cheeses are ok it's chèvre that should be avoided. Cooked goats cheese is fine. The chances of contracting listeria are very slim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Most goats cheeses are ok it's chèvre that should be avoided. Cooked goats cheese is fine. The chances of contracting listeria are very slim.
    Thanks! First baby, a bit paranoid! Haha! All the things our parents didn't know.
    I'm really not a cheese coniseuer at all! My knowledge extends about as far as "Coon or Bega?" so good to know, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Violet85 View Post
    Thanks! Very true. My friend made the quiche but it was from a very popular cheese shop in the "cool" part of town, so I don't think theyd sell dodgy stuff.
    Like I said, I ate the teensiest amount I could get away with not just because of baby but because I couldn't stand the taste!
    She took it out of the oven while I was there and we ate within about 20 minutes so I'm sure I'm just being paranoid!
    That's exciting about your bubs! Is it your first? (Wondering if I can read this down the bottom of your info once I'm not in this screen).
    yup this is our first too so I've been pretty paranoid too.

    we got hot meals on the plane last night but I got upset as mine wasn't hot enough (they're normally piping hot and you can't even touch the container?!) so dh requested another one for me. it came out slightly hotter but still not (in my opinion) hot enough do I just didn't eat it. dh ate mine instead.

    I'm sure I would've been fine but I just thought why risk it, esp when I've come this far.

    I made do with cheese and crackers instead, peanut m&ms and a twix icecream 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    yup this is our first too so I've been pretty paranoid too.

    we got hot meals on the plane last night but I got upset as mine wasn't hot enough (they're normally piping hot and you can't even touch the container?!) so dh requested another one for me. it came out slightly hotter but still not (in my opinion) hot enough do I just didn't eat it. dh ate mine instead.

    I'm sure I would've been fine but I just thought why risk it, esp when I've come this far.

    I made do with cheese and crackers instead, peanut m&ms and a twix icecream 😂
    Congrats! Very exciting!
    I understand. I've been so careful but I didn't know what to do last night. My friend had gone to so much effort! :l
    I won't eat stuff unless it's hot too! I get it.
    The cheese and crackers etc sound pretty good!

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    I eat goats cheese in salads cold or on toast with tomorrow nearly every day!
    I wouldn't stress.


 

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