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Hi All,

 

I am vedvyas , in-charge of a public feeding kitchen in India, Hyderabad and Bangalore. Kindly requesting guidance from the experienced chefs and experts here.

 

I feel glad to associate with the forums here and saw many wonderful threads going on.

 

Thank you all.

 

Sincerely,

Vedvyas

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Welcome, Vedbyas. Please tell us more about the public feeding kitchen(s). How many people do you serve, and at how many different facilities? What are your constraints? What sort of guidance might you need from the experienced chefs and experts?

We have members who now work, or have worked in the past, at what are called "soup kitchens" in the USA, helping feed people who might otherwise not be able to eat. Is that the nature of your public feeding kitchen?

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Thank you Smithy, for your swift response. 

 

The public feeding kitchen provides typical south indian and north indian cuisine meals at a discounted price for certain areas, for certain selected institutions and also for certain charity causes.

 

We also provides food to some get together functions and meetings of some selected apartments in the city.

 

The food is fully vegetaian and even without onion and garlic.

 

There are some common problems I am facing in cooking, packing and transportation of the food. 

 

The queations, I will post in the relevant groups and seek guidance from the members.

 

Thank you for all your support.

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Welcome! Feel free to ask, several of us have experience cooking large quantities of foods and transporting them.

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