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Eating street vendor food

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While reading Fodor's "Essential India" tourbook, they recommend trying the various snacks available. This includes hot food and even ice cream in Mumbai. But, we are warned not to drink the water or eat fruits and vegetables.

I'm not about to drink the water or consume ice in my drinks but isn't most of the street food prepared with regular (tap) water?

What am I missing?

Marty

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