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    Tasty delicious greasy-ness I think you mean
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    I'd eat it hot straight away. But not if it had cooled down. Or reheated.

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    Yeah look I have eaten them twice now through out this pregnancy, I just didnt even think about the possibility of listera for some reason. I am fine weeks later
    I think coles and woolies are fine as they are cooked fresh that day, but its up to you if you take the chance.

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    Default Roast chicken from shops

    All the time 😁 but only on Sunday and they had a huge turnover, buuuut I did reheat extremely hot in the first tri into the second just incase.. Also wouldn't get it from a dodgy corner store no no lol

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    I worked in a deli (not now) at woollies and I would eat them.

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    The chickens in the deli are pretty much the same as the raw ones in the meat dept. DH works for the company Coles gets them from. And I used to work in Coles. The turnover is pretty quick, and I know in the store I worked at, the time the chicken came out of the rotisserie was written on the bag. I would eat them, they're tasty!

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    Farout you are hilarious, thanks! Made me laugh out loud your passion :-)

    My DH is sick and craving my chicken soup when I get home. I don't have time to buy/cook one at home before then making the soup. So everyone's advice has made me more confident that I can also eat some and not cook a seperate meal!

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    I eat them when the situation arises

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    Sure I'll PM you

    Ok so I just picked one up - time written on bag says 4.40pm so literally 25mins ago. Bag is very hot, so I feel more comfortable now!

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    I am not someone who will ban every single bloody thing in existance from my diet due to pregnancy, so I would certainly eat it. I can't remember if I DID or not, but if I felt like it, I would (and would have when I was pregnant too).


 

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