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LeBFG Wed 26-Dec-12 07:08:07

Having had a pretty restrained Christmas - no champagne and no oyster boo, I've been wondering about scallops. I have a packet in the freezer. I once got terrible poisoning from eating scallops in a restaurant but have eaten about a trillion mussles and loads of oysters and never had so much as a dicky belly. Naturally, I've been wondering if frozen and then well-cooked scallops would be safe to eat? There is a nasty toxin which causes the food poisoning - is this killed by freezing/cooking?

lightrain Wed 26-Dec-12 09:52:09

Seafood that is well cooked is fine.

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