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Boursin...can eat or can't eat list?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy' started by JenCC, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. Hi All,
    Still getting my head around the do's and don'ts....is boursin a blue cheese? Or on the safe list?
    OH is looking at buying nice things for Christmas but under strict instructions....if I can't have it...no one can! lol
    Cheers Jen
     
  2. Hi All,
    Still getting my head around the do's and don'ts....is boursin a blue cheese? Or on the safe list?
    OH is looking at buying nice things for Christmas but under strict instructions....if I can't have it...no one can! lol
    Cheers Jen
     
  3. Alcohol free Crimbo for everyone then, Jen?
     
  4. I think Boursin is safe, as it isn't a blue cheese, and even though it's soft it's pastuerised I think.
     
  5. It is as fine as Philidelphia :) It is mouldy soft cheeses such as brie. In terms of blue they now say Stilton is OK as it is a hard cheese. Babycentre is a good place to look for the most up to date advice.
     
  6. Andi....am I really that cruel????? No i dont think so but I could be tempted!
    Thanks all for the advice....loved the link thanks :)
    Happy Crimbo to all.......the end of term is nearly in sight :-D xx
     

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