Can an eight month pregant woman eat roast pork that has been cooked the day before
Unless the woman's doctor has out her on a diet because of blood pressure or diabetes there is no reason she can't eat the pork that was roasted the day before. If it was put in the refrigerator and chilled properly there should be no problems. But if you think there is a medical reason she should not eat it then by all means check with her doctor first.
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