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Chef Todd Mohr

ennuisans Jul 20, 2013 12:18 AM

I mentioned Chef Todd in a comment earlier and thought I'd give him another look-see. He runs a website called Webcookingclasses.com but nevertheless has given away cooking instruction on YouTube for five years now. And it's not bad stuff.

His approach is to ignore recipes and teach cooking techniques, which has long been my philosophy as well. Here's one video where he compares how different vegetables fare when cooked in acidic and alkaline solutions:


It seems simple and yet it's something I've never seen addressed so directly in any other cooking show.

It's really a shame that his videos have relatively few views, because overall they contain pretty good information.

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    lscanlon Jul 20, 2013 04:51 AM

    I watch a few of Chef Todd's videos and found them interesting. Thanks for the tip.

    1. chicgail Jul 20, 2013 08:21 AM

      What he does is interesting, but slow and not very good production values. Good examples, but I got impatient with the single medium shot (I wanted to see the veggies up close) and get to the conclusions.

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