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Red kidney beans

mrmuir22 Avatar
6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
wonder if anyone can help.

Just looking for a quick answer

My partners pregnant and wants to know if she cant eat red kidney beans???

Thank you
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
I don't know of any reason why not, except that they are horrid. It's a yes from me.
#2
huh? of course she can :)
#3
Yes, just make sure that if they are not the ones you buy in tins that you cook them properly, as in soak, boil, simmer etc.
#4
Pretty certain they ok... if they do have a high Vitamin A content such as liver then probably best to give them a miss but don't think they contain Vit A,or least nothing on level of Liver.

Some say avoid fish that may contain mercury,avoid nuts,there a checklist in the NHS maternity notes or there was during 2009.
#5
yep-as anet says-tinned is fine-if its dried ones you need to be careful you prepare them correctly,but that applies to everyone whether pregnant or not
#6
its probably easier to list what she should avoid
#7
Yeah I'm 32 weeks pregnant and kidney beans are fine.
#8
Far too much info than you really want to read but things to avoid when you're pregnant.

Congrat, btw :p
#9
yeah thats probally what shes heard that she needs to cook the dried ones, but these are tinned so shes ok.

I thought it was a strange question lol.

Thanks peeps
#10
Remember that if you are cooking the dry kidney beans you have to boil them vigorously for about ten minutes then throw that water away [b]and replace with fresh stuff[/b] for the remainder of the cooking.
#11
What she cant eat is castor beans.
#12
Too much is made of what can't be eaten IMO. Most things are fine.

My missus still ate sushi when preggers with our 2 and they worked out alright :-p
#13
TUSSFC
Too much is made of what can't be eaten IMO. Most things are fine.My missus still ate sushi when preggers with our 2 and they worked out alright :-p

Sushi is rice, rice is fine.
#14
solarforce
TUSSFC
Too much is made of what can't be eaten IMO. Most things are fine.My missus still ate sushi when preggers with our 2 and they worked out alright :-p

Sushi is rice, rice is fine.


rice n seafood lol (fish)
#15
I think it's a common misconception that Sushi is fish. Sushi is rice but is usually accompanied by fish giving people the impression that sushi is fish when it is not.

Edited By: greg_68 on Nov 09, 2010 14:52: m
#16
My bad ... it was the raw fish I was referring to (hate the stuff myself!).

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