Sunday, June 8, 2014
In my new series named "Don't be fooled, Know your food" I'll teach you how to make an ingredient that you never thought it would be possible to make at home and you will learn all the dirty secrets behind the fabrication of this ingredient when made in massive scale.
Our generation (anybody born after the 50's actually) have a tendency to think that ingredients magically appear on shelfs of supermarkets and grocery stores. Here, every other week I'll show you how something is done from scratch and the result will be much superior and much cheaper than the industrialized versions you can find out there.
Our regular episodes continues and this series are only going to substitute my old "Le Techniquê" episodes because it has a similar approach but are much better with me on camera- yey!
Let me know what you think and I will take your suggestions for next episodes. What do you usually buy at your grocery store that you'd love to learn how to make at home?
Posted by Raiza at 10:04 PM