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Question: Mera maggi noodles ye sb khane ka mn krta h bs khana khau to vomit ho jati h mujh khana khane ka bilkul mn ni krta

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Answer: Hi.. Dear aap Maggie ya noodles ghar ke bane kha sakte ho.. Saath mein dry fruits, vegetables, seasonal fruits, dairy products khana bhi zarori hai..
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