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Goats cheese! Sh.....t!!

(14 Posts)
Teddybear33 Fri 13-Jun-14 13:52:12

Just are goats cheese in a cooked risotto ball....please tell me this is ok?? I didn't realise goats cheese was a major no no and thought cheese was ok if cooked.....! Sh*t!!! I can't believe I've been careful all this time and now might've screwed up..... Does anyone know how bad this is or am I panicking over nothing?

Teddybear33 Fri 13-Jun-14 13:52:35

That should say ate not are

ilovepowerhoop Fri 13-Jun-14 13:53:20

It is fine cooked so stop worrying

IsletsOfLangerhans Fri 13-Jun-14 13:54:59

If it was cooked and piping hot then it should be fine as any bacteria would be killed.

ilovepowerhoop Fri 13-Jun-14 13:55:03 only some goats cheese is not ok and even then it is ok cooked

beccajoh Fri 13-Jun-14 13:56:15

You're worrying over nothing.

TwigletFiend Fri 13-Jun-14 13:56:39

It's fine if cooked. Don't panic!

MrsCosmopilite Fri 13-Jun-14 13:57:02

I ate it throughout my pregnancy and was fine.

Teddybear33 Fri 13-Jun-14 13:59:29

Thank you ladies! Just gave myself a bit of a fright when googling goats cheese.

BeckaH123 Fri 13-Jun-14 14:05:18

Step away from Google! smile

eurochick Fri 13-Jun-14 15:17:25

It's fine if cooked. I'm intolerant to cow's milk and have had goats cheese (the hard stuff or cooked soft stuff) throughout.

gatti Fri 13-Jun-14 16:04:08

Everything that is in supermarkets is pretty safe...

If I fancy mozzarella I have mozzarella, if I fancy goat's cheese I have that too...

what they should have said on google is that you should steer clear from foods that are being sold on markets or buffet foods as these may not be stored in optimal conditions or pasteurised.

hubbahubster Fri 13-Jun-14 16:32:48

FFS. It's cheese. Chillax ;)

Teddybear33 Fri 13-Jun-14 18:08:47

Cool. Thanks everyone. Question asked and answered :-)

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