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Can a pregnant lady eat imitation crab?

Asked: Blicharz, Wallis & Bricco, Last Updated:

Imitation crab is cooked, so it is usually safe for a pregnant woman to eat. ... Imitation crab is typically less expensive than real crab and contains pollock, egg whites, artificial flavoring, and sugar.

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