Social distancing and safe eating norms, especially when outside, have become the go-to habits we need to follow to keep ourselves safe during the pandemic. So on the same lines, amendments need to be made.
And thankfully, the first one to get amendments is our favourite panipuri. More than anything else, people have been missing panipuri ever since the pandemic and lockdown came into action. Over the months, people have searched for recipes to make panipuri but couldn’t match that street-stall wala taste.
However, to solve that problem, here’s a pani puri vending machine that is 100% safe to eat from.
A video of the machine has been doing the rounds on social media. In the video, a man can be seen demonstrating how to use the machine. And it is amazing.
The machine accepts a twenty -rupee note and golgappas come out on a tiny conveyor belt. The man said that it took him six months to make the machine.
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The video of the same has gone viral all over the internet and people can’t stop talking about it. have a look:
Sir will miss the extra dry Walla at the end which comes as a bonus??— Ridib Baparnash (@RBaparnash) July 3, 2020
Eating this way won’t be fun.— Dhruv Bansal (@dhrban) July 3, 2020
Sounds like Rajasthan or Gujarat from the accent.— Hardi Singh (@HardiSpeaks) July 2, 2020
I don’t know what am I supposed to feel right now ? (it’s a tough call between amusement and लालच)— Ramneet Kaur (@ramneet02909055) July 2, 2020
Definitely is machine ke piche koi baitha hai..— ?️God Of Your Lords.. (@thebharatlohar) July 3, 2020
#OnlyIndian Only Food Loving Indian can think and make innovative Machine like this. Congratulation to person who invented this wonderful and modern Food dispensing Machine.— ash (@ash62404291) July 3, 2020
Sir, its very cruel on your part to even make us remember about Puchka in lockdown….dil roo pada puchka ki yaad mai??— Rohit Choudhury (@Rohitskaziranga) July 2, 2020
July 4, 2020
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