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Summerblaze100 Fri 15-Apr-16 13:38:14

Decided to have 3 Yorkshire puddings with gravy for my lunch. I have nausea due to morning sickness and only fancy certain things.

I had a bite and it tasted a bit funny, so checked the sell by date. All fine. Had another bite and it still tasted a bit strange. Opened it up to find it was white inside. Very white. I'll attach a pic if I can.

I have no idea what it is and worried that it may be bad for my baby.

EatShitDerek Fri 15-Apr-16 13:39:12

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StealthPolarBear Fri 15-Apr-16 13:39:39

It's just the inside ithink

Chinks123 Fri 15-Apr-16 13:40:37

I've seen them like that before its fine.

CaptainCrunch Fri 15-Apr-16 13:41:39

It looks undercooked.

LovelyBrewandBiscuits Fri 15-Apr-16 13:42:06

Decided to have 3 Yorkshire puddings with gravy for my lunch You are winning at life jealous grin

Chinks123 Fri 15-Apr-16 13:42:48

Agree it looks Abit undercooked though. Really fancy some now sad

Summerblaze100 Fri 15-Apr-16 13:43:50

It said it needed 4 mins and I had it in for 7 so think it was definitely cooked. I'm a bit obsessive about cooking things to death.

CaptainCrunch Fri 15-Apr-16 13:45:56

Lol maybe its overcooked then grin

WutheringFrights Fri 15-Apr-16 13:49:33

Are they pre frozen aunt bessies - it looks like they have freezer burn (have been exposed to freezer rather than being in a sealed package)
It won't harm you or your baby if it's that

thecitydoc Fri 15-Apr-16 13:54:41

you should never ever have YP from a packet. Always make fresh - frozen/packet muck tastes horrible. It only takes a few minutes to whisk up flour eggs and milk.

CaptainCrunch Fri 15-Apr-16 13:58:19

How helpful of you citydog. Totally pointless "contribution" to the thread.

Summerblaze100 Fri 15-Apr-16 13:59:44

Yes pre frozen aunt Bessie's. Have only bought them in the last month or so. My freezer is one of those American ones with water and ice dispenser and the ice bit inside keeps freezing up which it didn't used to. Could this cause freezer burn.

My mum said to see if I felt ill but with 24 hr nausea, I feel sick all the time anyway sad.

I was gutted because I was really looking forward to them.

CaptainCrunch Fri 15-Apr-16 14:02:08

What a shame OP. I remember when you only fancied one specific thing when pg and it was gutting when you couldn't have it.

LovelyBrewandBiscuits Fri 15-Apr-16 14:02:55

thecitydog How's life back there in the 1950s city dog?

StealthPolarBear Fri 15-Apr-16 14:02:55

It may only take a few minutes to whisk up but it can then all go wrong when they don't rise.
and I know there are ways to make them rise and I do usually make yps, just making the point that lack of whisking time is not usually why people dontm

LovelyBrewandBiscuits Fri 15-Apr-16 14:03:59

Stealth For me it's a lack of time, a lack of ability to make anything rise ooh err mrs, a lack of eggs usually and the lack of a whisk hmm

EarthboundMisfit Fri 15-Apr-16 14:05:17

Nothing wrong with them except perhaps freezer burn which would do you no harm. Sometimes things taste bad or are off putting when you're pg.

curren Fri 15-Apr-16 14:08:12

It's freezer burn. Not going to make you ill. Tastes crap though sad

Tiggeryoubastard Fri 15-Apr-16 14:10:39

They're like oven chips - the brown colour on them is mostly artificial, to
make them seem more appetising. It's just an area where the 'brown' stuff hasn't got to. So don't worry.

MrsDeVere Fri 15-Apr-16 14:13:29

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NoSquirrels Fri 15-Apr-16 14:18:10

That won't make you or the baby ill, OP - don't worry unnecessarily.

Sounds like your freezer might need sorting out though.

Balletgirlmum Fri 15-Apr-16 14:26:50

Pre done microwave food is a godsend when you have morning sickness & can't stand the smell of fresh stuff cooking.i lived off smash myself when I was I don't eat yorkshires or pancakes mostly because the cooking smell puts me off.

It does just look like freezer burn, discolouration of the flour or something to me.

TwentyCupsOfTea Fri 15-Apr-16 14:35:42

I have to agree with City dog - freezer ones are not the same!

StealthPolarBear Fri 15-Apr-16 14:38:43

In your opinion op may or may not agree bit is presumably (usually) happy with them so I don't see the issue.
no one ever comes on to a thread about apples saying "urgh apples! Oranges are much nicer. Eat oranges instead"

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