my doctor didn't tell me this but when i went to the WIC office last week they told me no over-easy eggs, the yolk has to be broken and completely cooked because of bacteria. what the heck! I had just had over-easy eggs twice that week, and now i really want them and know i'm not supposed to have them. and no lunch meat unless you heat it up to steaming hot, this gets more complicated all the time. what have you been told that isn't allowed?Answer Question
Answer by ABPeterson at 9:31 AM on Jan. 24, 2010
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Answer by MELRN at 10:45 AM on Jan. 24, 2010
OMG! seriously... research your own food...
they say no eggs this way, NOT because there is bacteria IN it, but ON it...unfortunately they preach to the masses, who simply are inept and can not grasp the concept. WASH it before you crack it, and then you could eat it raw if you wanted to. the % chance of getting food poisoning from an undercooked egg is 1000% (that is 10 times) lower than getting it from ground beef- either from a restaurant, or cooked at home.
cheeses are FINE, again, ANY CHEESE PRODUCED IN THE US HAS BEEN MADE FROM PASTEURIZED MILK.
Thanks, I could not have said it better myself!!!
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