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    Hi

    I bought a packed of the ready made pasta from Coles at the weekend, with the spinach and ricotta filling. Does anyone know if its okay to eat this when pregnant?

    I kind of thought that because they're cooked in boiling water it would be okay but to be honest I'm not 100%

    Thank you

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    Ricotta is fine to eat as long as it is cooked thoroughly - I make sure it is piping hot!

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    I'm pretty sure it's pasteurised. It should say on the packet. And you are cooking it. It's fine

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    It's a soft cheese so is supposed to be on the no list unless it's cooked to at least 75 degrees which it will be if you boil it - just eat it straight away and don't let it sit out and cool down


 

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