Thread: Maggie & its effects......!
- 3rd March 2009 #1kirankumargbGuest
Maggie & its effects......!
For all who love eating Maggi
DO NOT IGNORE THIS ....... Especially those fond of Maggi.......
'CORRECT WAY OF COOKING NOODLES'
The correct way to cook instant noodles without harming our bodies and health. `Normally, how we cook the instant noodles is to put the noodles
into a pot with water, throw in the powder and let it cook for around 3 minutes and then it's ready to eat..
This is the WRONG method of cooking the instant noodles.
By doing this, when we actually boil the ingredients in the powder, normally with MSG, it will change the molecular structures of the MSG
causing it to be toxic.
The other thing that you may or may not realize is that, the noodles are coated with wax and it will take around 4 to 5 days for the body to
excrete the wax after you have taken the noodles.
CORRECT METHOD :
1. boil the noodles in a pot with water.
2. once the noodles is cooked, take out the noodles, and throw away the water which contains wax.
3.. boil another pot of water till boiling and put the noodles into the hot boiling water and then shut the fire.
4. only at this stage when the fire is off, and while the water is very hot, put the ingredient with the powder into the water, to make noodle
5. however, if you need dry noodles, take out the noodles and add the ingredient with the powder and toss it to get dry noodles.
Dietician's Note: If you buy plain hakka noodles which you make initially need to boil in water and discard the water. This will soften
the noodles but to prevent it from sticking we need to add a tbsp of oil and also the noodles are deep fried partially to make it crunchy and
then dusted with flour to prevent it from sticking while boiling. Hence when you buy the noodles they are already made unhealthy and this
is the type we use to make stir fry noodles and the regular maggi too is made the same way plus they add MSG/ ajinomoto and other chemical
A large number of patient with the ages ranging from 18-24 years are ending up with pancreatitis either as a swelling or infection of the
pancreas due to regular consumption of instant noodles..... If the frequency is more than 3 times a week, then it is very hazardous...
Got this in mail thought to ask you people's views on it..
- 3rd March 2009 #2gothic_coderGuest
Wow...Nice info mate...
- 3rd March 2009 #3
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- Aug 2008
I stopped eating Maggie long back.....Its not good for health....
- 3rd March 2009 #4rupu1983Guest
I eat Maggi in three-four days in a week also I have read this method nice info but as i saw i think my ma did follow the correct method what you have written but again i will ask her.
- 3rd March 2009 #5
What about the word "instant" . People like eating maggi cause it takes less time to get ready and that too very easily.
Maggi is tastes good, but it is not good for the digestive system as said earlier, the stuff used to make maggi sits in stomach and is not easily digested thus ruining your digestive track and your eating habits. Its good to have it once a while but do not make a regular habit of eating it, especially dont skip your regular meals for maggi.
- 3rd March 2009 #6SidGuest
wai-wai is also maggie type noodle made of wheat.........but not available at all the places.....
it can be eaten directly without cooking also....
- 3rd March 2009 #7
well thnk god i dont love maggi soo much.....i wud rather prefer eating noodles by chings..... with lots of veges....!!! but yes i wasnt aware of this.....n i ve got frens who eat maggi on daily basis.....shall def inform n stop em.....
- 3rd March 2009 #8
specially noodles of a thai resturant, they make really nice chatni to go with it.. actually i like the chatni(its spicy) hmy: more then the noodles..
- 4th March 2009 #9
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- Jan 2009
Thanks! I didn't know this. I love maggi but fortunately, don't eat it too much. I used to have it when I was a kid.
- 4th March 2009 #10
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