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I am craving blue cheese but can't have it because I'm pregnant - what could I have instead? I'm desperate!

(22 Posts)
youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 17:51:02

Argh! I need that really sharp taste that goes with the creaminess.

Stupid Listeria! angry

Please help.

I know I want something, but what?

suzywong Fri 17-Oct-08 17:52:27

philly and balsamic vinegar

hattyyellow Fri 17-Oct-08 17:53:12

Can't you have it warmed up/cooked in something which removes the risk? Or is that my imagination...

Carmenere Fri 17-Oct-08 17:55:41

Have a steak with blue cheese sauce.

suzywong Fri 17-Oct-08 17:55:50

or you could pretend you're french
french birds up the stick are necking roquefort by the crate, I'll wager

youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 17:56:19

Ooh, can I? Not sure that is the flavour I want, but heating it would kill Listeria.

SW - oddly enough that is the right sort of thing, but not quite.

youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 17:57:26

I am making notes now. I hadn't thought of a sauce either.

This is why I love MN

CuppaTeaJanice Fri 17-Oct-08 17:57:39

You could just inhale the vapours of a nice ripe pair of socks!wink

suzywong Fri 17-Oct-08 17:57:51

that's not odd, that's my cheffly genius wink

youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 17:58:36

Ah, I see grin

I bow to your genius. I love balsamic.

youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 17:59:12

Not sure about the socks - I might want to eat them shock

combustiblelemon Fri 17-Oct-08 17:59:55

Yes, you can have cooked blue cheese. See here
Huge field mushrooms are yummy baked with cambozola (sp?)

DarrellRivers Fri 17-Oct-08 18:01:24

cream cheese with sweet chilli sauce [heaven]

francagoestohollywood Fri 17-Oct-08 18:02:02

melt butter and blue cheese. add some cream. sprinkle some chive. Use sauce to dress a nice plate of linguine. or spaghetti. or whatever pasta you have smile

youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 18:02:32

Hurrah about the cooked cheese.

And oooooh at the sweet chilli sauce idea - loving that one.

youknownothingofthecrunch Fri 17-Oct-08 18:05:33

Thank you thank you thank you!

I thought the coal craving was bad enough, but this one... too tempting to turn down.

And now I won't have to grin

You have all made a nauseous woman very happy.

combustiblelemon Fri 17-Oct-08 18:10:56

If you start craving limescale I have a kettle that can help you out grin

suzywong Sat 18-Oct-08 02:13:38

Limescale! Someone else craved limescale? I thought I was the only freak who did that.

Did you get your cheesey fix YKKOTC?

Thank to this thread I dreamed I was heavily pregnant. Yikes

Sazisi Sat 18-Oct-08 02:17:13

If you like marmite/yeast extract, try that on toasted brown bread with tahini. I was mad for that combo when duffed. Satisfies that craving for strong flavours

Tinkjon Mon 20-Oct-08 14:05:33

Stilton & broccoli soup!

FruitynNutty Mon 20-Oct-08 14:08:46

I love broccoli and stilton soup!
I have to say I gave up with all this nonsense this time around and ate a huge portion or brie on French bread last week. The French all do this.
I haven't heard of anyone catching listeria. Pregnant or not.

If you are concerned though. I would definitely go with the soup smile

TheDevilWearsPrimark Mon 20-Oct-08 14:11:28

Oh dear it's dangerous to suggest sweet chilli sauce to a pregnant woman!

Myself and three of my friends have been addicted to the stuff. I used to have it with cheese on toast for breakfast, with a roast dinner, everything.

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