How The World’s Largest Community Kitchen Feeds 100,000 Daily At Golden Temple, India | Big Batches

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This is the largest free kitchen in the world. Open 24 hours, year round, this food hall feeds 100,000 people for free each day. And on religious holidays that number can double.

Just one of these huge bowls is enough to feed around 10,000 people.

We visited Amritsar in India to find out everything that goes into feeding such a large crowd, and to see just what it takes to make such Big Batches…

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How The World’s Largest Community Kitchen Feeds 100,000 Daily At Golden Temple, India | Big Batches

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