Can you have sub sandwiches when pregnant?
The safest course of action to protect your baby is to avoid deli meats until after pregnancy. If you plan to eat deli meats anyway, we highly suggest cooking them until they are steaming. If the meat is heated to steaming, any present Listeria bacteria should no longer be alive.
Can I eat a tuna sandwich from Subway while pregnant?
Can I have Subway tuna while pregnant? Subway’s tuna sandwiches are made from fully cooked tuna, so yes, you can eat these.
Can I eat sandwich meat while pregnant?
It’s best not to eat deli or lunch meats while you’re pregnant, unless the food has been heated until steaming (165 degrees F) right before serving. These meats can harbor bacteria, which can continue to grow even when refrigerated.
Is it OK to eat Jimmy John’s when pregnant?
Why microwave cold cuts? The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises that pregnant women “avoid eating hot dogs, lunch meats, cold cuts, other deli meats (such as bologna), or fermented or dry sausages unless they are heated to an internal temperature of 165°F or until steaming hot just before serving.”
Can I eat ham and cheese toasted sandwich when pregnant?
Make a fried baloney sandwich or a grilled ham and cheese. Just heat that meat up. It needs to be steaming, or 165 degrees F. If you get your sub toasted, that’s fine, too.