Filter
Reset
Sort ByRelevance
vegetarianvegetarian
Reset
  • Ingredients
  • Diets
  • Allergies
  • Nutrition
  • Techniques
  • Cuisines
  • Time
Without


Pregnant and egg salad

  1. Pregnant women are often advised not to eat raw eggs because of the risk of contamination with the salmonella bacteria. Because egg salad usually does not contain raw eggs, and because it is well preserved, the risk of contamination from eating egg salad is small. This can be different if you eat homemade egg salad, or if the egg salad has been left out of the refrigerator for too long. This is often the case at parties and parties.

Egg salad during pregnancy

  1. The chance that the above contamination will occur in homemade egg salad is small. Therefore, it is not discouraged not to eat homemade egg salad at all. Nevertheless, it is wise to choose something else at parties where homemade egg salad has been on the table for some time. The safest thing to do is to make your own egg salad in a hygienic and safe way or to eat egg salad from the store. Once opened, store the egg salad in the refrigerator for up to three days and do not leave it on the table outside of the refrigerator for too long.

  2. The chance that the above contamination will occur in homemade egg salad is small. Therefore, it is not discouraged not to eat any homemade egg salad at all. Nevertheless, it is wise to choose something else at parties where homemade egg salad has been on the table for some time. The safest thing to do is to make your own egg salad in a hygienic and safe way or to eat egg salad from the store. Once opened, store the egg salad in the refrigerator for up to three days and do not leave it on the table outside of the refrigerator for too long.



Donate - BNB: bnb16ghhqcjctncdczjpawnl36jduaddx5l4eysm5c