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January 24, 2015

Dashi is a Japanese broth that is the base of miso soup and many noodle soups. It is a relatively simple process with minimal ingredients, but the technique makes all the difference. If you are interested in cooking Japanese food, this is a good one to learn.

 

My chef friend Mikel and I made this video to teach people how to create their own recipes based on common techniques found in various cuisines around the world. Check it out.

March 11, 2013

I know its basically spring, but I finally finished editing this video. Check it out and grow some greens. It’s still prime time to plant. If you want epic food sometimes you have to grow it yourself.

 

January 23, 2013

This is a video I shot a few months back with Minh. This is an easy recipe, and I highly recommend making the chicken part for sure.


 

January 17, 2013

Check out this video on sprouting. Sprouting is an easy way to grow greens and eat a ton of high nutrient dense food. There are a ton of sprouting systems in all price ranges, or you can just do it in a mason jar if you want. Check it out.

 

October 7, 2012

I watched this documentary recently on Netflix, and I loved every minute of it. Juicing is such a great addition to your normal diet or as a cleanse like they do in the documentary. Check it out.

I borrowed a juicer to try out, and I’ve been making some insanely healthy juice blends that taste delicious. It’s all about the micro nutrients.

Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead – Official Trailer from Team Reboot on Vimeo.

  • I saw this, too. It starts out as your standard kind of documentary but then it gets really touching when the filmmaker develops the relationship with the truck driver. He really helped that guy change, probably save, his life. I second the recommendation!

I’m always trying to find cool videos on artisan foods. Check this one out.

A Portrait: Olli Salumeria from Bureau Of Common Goods on Vimeo.

April 17, 2012

I listen to speakers on TED every once in a while, and I thought Jaime Oliver’s talk was right on the money. If you don’t know about TED, and you’re into intellectual talks, you should check it out at www.ted.com.

Check out this video I found on how to peel garlic in less than 10 seconds. I do this in a mason jar now with up to 5 gloves, and it works perfectly. Try it.
 

January 4, 2012

My aunt showed me this website where you can buy any spice available. It is a good starting point for the those hard to find spices you see in recipes sometimes. Check it out, it’s called penseys.com