I won't have any more than 2 small cans of tuna a week. But do try to have fresh salmon once a week. Check the guidelines, it's pretty straight forward.
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30-07-2013 09:32 #11
30-07-2013 18:21 #12
I have had canned tuna since being pregnant about twice a week. Sometimes 3 and other weeks not at all. I have also had hot as in temperature , cooked fresh calamari from a busy and well known restraunt as well as Cooked hot prawns once from the same place. I love seafood ah can't wait till bubs born I am going to the fish markets
30-07-2013 18:41 #13
I read in a pregnancy recipe book that 2 small cans of tuna per week was fine. Canned tuna was fine whereas tuna steaks (ie large pieces of tuna) weren't- the reason being is that higher levels of mercury are found in big fish at the top of the food chain- the fish that eat the smaller fish. Tuna companies tend to can only the small tuna that they wouldn't be able to sell whole or as steaks.
30-07-2013 21:56 #14
I miss prawns. How do you have them hot? I have them in fried rice, but apart from that they are cold. Haven't had prawns since Christmas.
30-07-2013 22:00 #15
30-07-2013 22:34 #16
31-07-2013 06:03 #17
Prawns are often hot.
You buy uncooked ones & cook them in a stir fry or curry or with garlic, or any number of common prawn dishes.
31-07-2013 06:32 #18
Prawns in soup. Interesting. Not a fan of curry, or prawn cutlets, or anything crumbed really. Anyway, sorry about this.
31-07-2013 06:39 #19
Yeah it sounds strange but it is really really yummy. But if you don't like curry you probably wouldn't like it as it has quite a bit of a curry taste to it
31-07-2013 06:52 #20
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