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The culinary temptations are everywhere during the holidays, and they can be especially hard to resist when you're pregnant and need a few hundred extra calories every day. But it's wise to say no to some fancy holiday foods. Imported soft cheeses, raw oysters, and rare steak, for example, may contain bacteria or parasites that could make you sick or even harm your baby. Other foods, like poultry and dishes containing raw eggs, should be handled with care for the same reason.
Here are some foods to avoid:
• Undercooked turkey and other meats: Cook your meat well, and use a food thermometer to test its internal temperature. Whole poultry should be cooked to a temperature of 180 degrees Fahrenheit (measure by sticking the thermometer into the thickest part of the turkey thigh); other meats should reach 160 degrees F. If you're not actually measuring the temperature of the meat, cook it until it's no longer pink. (And be sure not to sample meat you're cooking before it's done!)
• Unpasteurized soft cheeses, such as imported Brie or Camembert.
• Hot dogs
• Raw seafood, such as oysters, seared fish, or sushi
• Raw eggs: Avoid Caesar dressing, hollandaise sauce, and eggnog that contains raw eggs. And don't lick your fingers or a utensil while making cake or cookie batter, stuffing, or other dishes containing uncooked eggs.
To prevent food poisoning, wash your hands frequently when preparing meals and be careful to clean any surface that's come in contact with raw meat or eggs before using it again. Don't leave leftovers out for more than two hours, and store them in shallow containers so they'll cool quickly. Make sure your refrigerator is set between 35 and 40 degrees F and your freezer at or below zero to keep cold foods from going bad.
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