Ever been tempted to take a peek into the kitchen of a restaurant to see what really goes into preparing your meal? Here’s your chance. We grabbed a bite with Chef David Bouley at his New York City restaurant Bouley to see just what it takes to make a great meal at his Michelin star flagship. Watch:
In addition to making sure his kitchen has the freshest ingredients possible, Chef Bouley wants the healthiest ingredients, too. He introduced us to a Japanese compound called ‘kuzu,’ a supplement that has enormous health benefits like serving as hormonal therapy for postmenopausal women, reducing blood sugar levels and more. Watch below to learn more about this secret health ingredient:
Even though Bouley is a culinary veteran with nearly 30 years of experience, he prides himself on keeping a curious mind and giving food the respect it deserves. Watch Bouley discuss his new appreciation for the food process:
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