How 40,000 People Are Fed Daily During Baba Milan In Rajasthan, India | Big Batches | Insider Food

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At the international headquarters of the Brahma Kumaris in Mount Abu, Rajasthan, India, thousands of volunteers work around the clock to feed 40,000 people. And since the 1990s, the kitchen has relied on concentrated solar power to generate steam and cook most of these meals.

We visited the headquarters during a special holiday known as Baba Milan to see how the volunteers prepare these meals in such big batches.

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How 40,000 People Are Fed Daily During Baba Milan in Rajasthan, India | Big Batches | Insider Food

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