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Which English sentence do you think is more correct?

1) What food do you eat that you don't like, but you eat?

2) What food do you eat, which you don't like, but you eat?

or any other sentence you want to give me for the most correct one among here?

Actually I copied this from Naver dictionary, but I think this does not make sense. 1) is from there. 2) is what I made a little of change there.

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I'd say "What food don't you like but you eat anyway?"

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What makes you think so? I mean what about the second sentence?
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