In Ahmedabad city in 3 day long, Sattvik Food Festival of some rare and traditional food items is going on. Many people of Ahmedabad take advantage of Sattvik Food Festival and tasted different dishes made up during our grandma time.Sattvik means pure, and the diet is, hence, filled with unprocessed, unadulterated and unrefined food.In its 13th year, the Sattvik Food Fest in Ahmedabad is a primer on slow food and grains such as millet, sorghum and ragi. The Food Festival is an attempt to reintroduce a food movement, which is not dependent on rice, wheat and refined flour for a staple diet. It is the event being held at the IIM campus from Jan 9 to 11. The festival has 84 stalls displaying over 400 different dishes from across India.
Some dishes under Dadima No Khajano were displayed like Tal No Sos, Lila Kanda Ringna, Chokha Ghau No Rotlo, Ringna Lasan Ni Chatni, Kabuli Chana Ni Chatni and Vadhvani Marcha Ni Chatni.
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