is st agur cheese ok to eat?

  • bootboot March 2011

    It says it's made from pasturised milk. I know soft cheese is ok if the milk is pasturised, but does the same apply to blue cheese? It's actually too late, i've already eaten it, I won't do it again if I shouldn't though ;-)
    Thanks :-)

  • mama_ukmama_uk March 2011

    I wouldn't worry about it now, but you shouldn't eat blue cheese. I found out I was pregnant just after a Christmas, after I'd had everything you're not supposed to.

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  • bootboot March 2011

    Thanks, I know blue cheese is a no-no generally, just wondered if the pasturised rule applies to it really. Not worried though, a gp friend ate everything you're not supposed to all the way through with the exception of pate!

  • bootboot March 2011

    @imelanson, so in the us most of your cheese is pasturised isn't it? Are you told not to eat blue cheese?! I keep finding conflicting advice, damn google!

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  • mama_ukmama_uk March 2011

    I think that blue cheese is not meant to be a good idea because the blue p

  • mama_ukmama_uk March 2011

    sorry, pressed the wrong button! The blue bit is essentially mould.

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