Well is it? I have no clue!
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28-01-2012 12:33 #1
Processed cheese a no no?
28-01-2012 12:37 #2
No, its bee heat treated to kill anything.
28-01-2012 12:46 #3Senior Member
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It's not a listeria risk, if that's what you mean.
28-01-2012 13:07 #4
I think the only no no is soft cheeses such as brie. Philly is ok.
29-01-2012 18:43 #5
Even brie is fine - its unpasteurised cheeses that are best to avoid....
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