How to Feed Two Million Children

Food Insider gives us a glimpse inside the Akshaya Patra Foundation’s central kitchen in Bangalore, India. Every day, they feed 75,000 school children a freshly-made hot meal. Watch them turn tons of rice, dal, tomatoes, squash, and other ingredients into a tasty lunch in wholesale fashion. Four hours of cooking and delivery, then they prep tomorrow’s ingredients, then wash everything down, every day. This goes on in 65 kitchens across India serving two million children. The Akshaya Patra Foundation is the world’s biggest free school meal provider. Contrast this operation with pre-packaged ultra-processed food from Aramark or Sodexo warmed up for American schools that produce tons of packaging waste.

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There are those arguing in the comments that there is no such thing as vegetable biryani, because biryani has meat. Without meat, it is called pulao. That might be a case of making the narration easier for the audience, since the term biryani is more familiar to a global audience. -via Digg

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