“Kanak means wheat. It also means gold.
Our ancestors knew the value of food. Why have we forgotten it?”
Food does not just fill our stomachs.
It also satiates our souls. Why does every child crave “maa ke haath ka khaana”? Why is it that we dislike eating at restaurants on a daily basis? What makes us crave rice-dal-roti-subzi?
If you’re tired of oily, unhealthy hotel fare, or the daily stress of juggling work and kitchen duties (or perhaps an unreliable and unenthusiastic bai), Kanak Tiffins can solve your woes. Deliciously.Read More
Kanak & the Community
“Food, in the end, is something holy. It's not about nutrients and calories. It's about sharing. It's about honesty. It's about identity.”
Louise Fresco (Scientist, Writer and TED Speaker)