Brett Ottolenghi: Foreign Flavors

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For Brett, the search for amazing foods doesn’t happen at the dinner table. His determination to discover new ingredients takes him to every corner of the globe.

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  1. Even a lot of Japanese people don't know the taste of real fresh wasabi. It is way different from wasabi paste which we can see at supermarket. I hope someday you guys have a chance to try it. It will change your opinion of wasabi!!!!

  2. I went online to learn how to make paneer and was so intrigued by this video by Brett. It is one of the only advertisements that I have ever watched. It makes me want to travel there. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Fantastic job Brett, I am really interested in that trolley you were riding on, what was it like?
    We live in Orroyo Grande California, our property is very much like the Mochizuki farm.
    Thanks again Brett job well done, excellent photography for sure.
    From Tom

  4. google has some good commercials and so far they connect with me very well, i like the basketball ones because im an nba fan and this one about wassabi, few people know that the wassabi in the us is actually horse raddish

  5. I thought this was the content I was clicking on, when I saw it was an ad I figured something was wrong? A very interesting story.

    The wasabi farm in Japan was really beautful … imagine if all the farms in the US were as beautiful and conscientious as this wasabi farm. A very interesting and enlightening story … glad I watched this ad … there is a first for everything.

    But I suppose, now comes the hard sell ! πŸ˜‰

  6. Hey Brett, can you post a link the story about the origin of wasabi, I am very interested, in fact a week or so ago I was looking for a place to buy wasabi seeds or seedlings to plant and grow in the US so I can make my own. Great video.

  7. And here I thought this guy vlogs his journeys on Youtube. To my disappointment it was a just a Google advertisement. *sigh* Forever getting trolled.

  8. This would make a great Food Network or Cooking Channel TV show. Although there were other shows along the same idea, I'd watch it just to listen to his soothing narration.

  9. This is the probably the only YouTube ad I have fully watched. Immediately I was captivated ,and it amazes me how something so small can inspire people as well as illustrate an entire culture in a mere two minutes.

  10. I gotta say, this was probably the only add that made me interested immediately for it's food, discovering the root of wasabi, Japans culture, and the narration. Thank you for showing the story of wasabi, even if its an add, I still liked it and would to know if this will be a show in the future.

  11. He owns Artisanal Foods in Las Vegas. Soon there will be more videos up on the Artisanal Foods website and on the youtube channel similar to this one! I follow the store on FB, twitter and instagram. πŸ™‚

  12. Thanks for sharing your video. We love to travel and explore different countries in the world. So much so that we are now sharing our experiences to create a massive social community. Check out our channel, right now we have a cool competition running to win a trip to London, UK


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