Knorr Seasoning Versus Maggi Seasoning. Which would you?



If you were to cook all your Nigerian soups with just one of these two
brands, which would you chose?
A. Knorr
B. Maggi



W'd you go with knorr or maggi? Can you tell us why?





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Comments

  1. Which knorr?? maggi all the wayyyyyyyy.

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    1. Anonymous2/23/2016

      salty maggi or ...which one are you hipping about?

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  2. Brandy2/23/2016

    Maggi doesn't even have a website, LOL. Knorr is too proud. ONGA ALL THE WAY.

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  3. Dadawa iru all the way. Fuck you to knorr and maggi.

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    1. Hahahahaha na okpei or ogili lol.

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  4. mummy J&Gs2/23/2016

    Knorr all the way!!!

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    1. Anonymous2/23/2016

      knorr maggi is rather too salty.

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  5. I prefer Knorr chicken.

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  6. Knorr all d way. Maggi is salty

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  7. Knorr is forever bae in the kitchen. I even prefer ordinary Knorr to Knorr chicken. Maggi is just salty.

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  8. Anonymous2/23/2016

    I cook my every every with knorr or Mr chef seasoning cubes. Maggi is too salty.

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  9. I would cook my Nigerian local soups and porridge with Maggi, but for my rice, stews and gravy delicacy Knorr is Bea.

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  10. Knorr chicken. Maggi is too salty and very hard to crush.

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  11. Royce all d way .

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    1. now your talking...royco all the way

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  13. knorr
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