Vir Das confesses love to humble steel Thali, Desi Twitter may be related

When it comes to food, we Indians really enjoy. If we had to choose between eating Italian Pizza or a bowl of Dal Chawal, most of us would always choose the latter. Another aspect of food that we all love is the choice of crockery and tableware. The humble stainless steel thali is an integral part of Indian kitchens and is the most popular choice of everyday utensils. Actor and comedian Vir Das recently took to Twitter to share a hilarious confession of his love for the humble steel thali. He said that he has eaten at Thali even while traveling abroad. Watch:

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The post was shared on Twitter by @thevirdas, where it received thousands of likes and comments. Vir Das wrote in his tweet, “OCD confession. I can’t eat without this thaali.” He further told how he used the steel thali even while traveling abroad and checked it in his travel luggage. “Go around the world with me. Fit at check-in, easy laundry instead of a lot dishes, goes well with all desi food/sushi/Italian dishes and is great for standing at a party where people can’t balance bowls in fancy plates,” he added.

Desi Twitter users can relate Vir Das’ love for stainless steel thali. Some pointed out that reuse Thali Also better for the environment. Twitter users also say that this Thali is great for portion control.

Check out the best reactions to Vir Das’ stainless steel confession on Twitter:

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This is not the only time we find stainless steel utensils on the internet. The modest portion of every Indian household is now slowly gaining global popularity. In August 2021, businessman Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to share an image of a woman spotted in New York carrying a stainless steel dabba to work. The post went viral and received a flurry of reactions from users. Click here to read more about it.

In May 2021, another celebrity expressed her love for stainless steel tableware. Mayim Bilaik, who is known for playing Amy Fowler in ‘The Big Bang Theory’, shared a post about making the complete switch to stainless steel utensils. She wrote in a Facebook post, “I love the stainless steel options that are now widely available. They’re dishwasher safe and made by a small Indiana company.” Let’s see the story here.

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