Farm to Fellas brings you ‘Chana Dal’, grown fresh in our farms using organic methods of farming. It is completely unpolished and is carefully grown, harvested and processed by farmers and rural women using traditional tools and techniques under careful supervision to ensure only the best grains find their way to you. The texture, taste and colour of the dal is a testimony to our promise of giving you only the purest and an uncompromised experience. The natural variation in the size of pulses impart a distinguished taste and texture to the cooked dal.
We at Farm to Fellas, take immense pride in being a part of the very few people aimed at bringing the experience of pure, hygienic and responsibly procured products from our farms to your dining tables. Our unyielding commitment to using traditional techniques boasts of the hard work put in by our dedicated farmers and villagers, especially rural women, rather than the mechanically processed items that fill the shelves of markets today. Our efforts are directed towards empowering the ones growing our food and ensuring they get a fair price for their relentless toil.
Chana dal is prepared by processing Bengal gram (known as black chana in local language). Bengal gram is sourced fresh from our fields and is then cleaned to remove any impurities. The healthy grams are segregated and processed to split into two using traditional stone grinding technique. This process also removes the black outer covering of Bengal gram. The black residue is then separated from yellow dal which is the final output. The traditional chakki method of processing imparts the food with a natural taste, smell and texture. Hand pounding requires patience, time and a lot of hard work but it enables the final product to retain the maximum amount of nutrients so you and your family avail the best of what we have to offer. We believe in staying close to our roots and using tools to help our hands and not machines to replace them