Rachel Khanna holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Bryn Mawr College, and a Master’s Degree in political science from Columbia University. When Rachel traveled to India from her birth
country of France at the age of four, a family friend put an Indian bangle on her ankle and
wished that she would marry an Indian man. Twenty years later, she did. While Rachel and her family currently live in Connecticut, they have traveled extensively in India, and around the world. She is a published author who also blended her French culture and adopted-Indian culture in two cookbooks called Live, Eat, Cook Healthy: Simple, fresh and delicious recipes for balanced living and Think, Eat, Cook Sustainably: 100 Recipes for a Healthy World, both of which won Living Now and Indie Book Awards. Rachel has studied fiction writing at the Sarah Lawrence Writing Institute, and is the recipient of an Honorable Mention Award of the Sarah Lawrence Kathryn Gurfein Fellowship.
Her website and food blog: Live Eat Cook Healthy