Curry Without Worry is a unique soup kitchen. Its meals are premised not just on filling empty stomachs but on the Nepali village tradition of spreading love through food. “We’re all going to die one day, and when we do, we will take nothing with us,” says Kushal Basnyat, one of its board members. “So why don’t we share everything?” The program is in its third year, and every week, it manages to feed about 200 people.
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