Street foods are delicious. No matter how many times we go out, those roadside snacks always catch our attention, and we always end up gorging on them.
Well, what comes next might put second thoughts in your mind about street food. A video got viral on Twitter with a representation of a noodle factory. The video showcased the process of how noodles are made in a factory.
This video has definitely put our tendency to indulge in roadside snacks into perspective. Take a look at it and observe how these noodles are made.
Watch The Viral Video Of Noodles Made In A Factory
When was the last time you had road side chinese hakka noodles with schezwan sauce? pic.twitter.com/wGYFfXO3L7
— Chirag Barjatya (@chiragbarjatyaa) January 18, 2023
This video shared on Twitter by Chirag Barjatya has left the netizens in shock.
The Internet is shocked by this popular video showing how noodles are prepared in questionable unhygienic conditions. None of us would have imagined this while we savoured every bite of those spicy Hakka noodles. But now, this sight will never leave our minds.
Our favourite noodles have become a target of internet scrutiny. With their process of manufacturing exposed, people are finding it utterly unhygienic. It is gaining a lot of traction on social media.
Noodles are immensely popular, especially their desi version available at every nook and corner of the street. They are loved by everyone. With all sorts of Chinese delicacies or ramen noodles available, nine of them have been able to replace our fondness for Desi noodles.
No matter how much we try to get that flavour in our home-cooked noodles, it just doesn’t happen. However, this feeling might change after you watch this video.
Twitter Users Have Different Opinions On This
The use of unhygienic vessels and the bare hands of the workers have left people shocked and concerned.
The reactions of people on Twitter are diverse. While some are disgusted and feel unsure about consuming roadside noodles anymore, others claim that cooking them at high temperatures will get rid of all the germs and pathogens.
Here’s what people have to say:
Ppl who enjoy street food: pic.twitter.com/N05rvwVPTJ
— Nitya (@neetyaaa) January 19, 2023
I’m 100% certain the same hygienic conditions exist for all kitchens in #Delhi! If you truly know how your food(golgappas, kulchas, bhel puris and not limited to noodles shown here) is mass produced you would literally stop eating most of it! Ever know what the cows eat for milk?
— Vilakshan Jakhu (@vjakhu) January 19, 2023
As if restaurants manufacture their own noodles 😀
— Shekhar Bandaru (@BandaruShekhar) January 18, 2023
It is heated to very high temperatures before eating. So relatively safe. Higher precautions needs to be taken for stuff which is to be eaten uncooked
— Creative indian (@Creativeindian5) January 20, 2023
Would this stop you from eating noodles?
Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/Chirag Barjatya