Hattori Nutrition College Tokio | Basque Culinary Tour

Hattori Nutrition College | Basque Culinary Tour

This time, for a pastry lecture from “Basque Culinary Center”, Luis Arrufat came to Japan for an induction course.
Instead of being taught to make Japanese confectionery by Hattori College’s instructor in charge of baking, he held a short course.

The public was also invited to the course, but second-year cooking high-technical management studies students, and students who chose baking also participated together. The various techniques used by the chef were very interesting.

One Response to “Hattori Nutrition College Tokio | Basque Culinary Tour”

  1. Fermín Grodira

    Hello

    How do you do? I’m Fermín Grodira, a Spanish journalist with Maldita Ciencia, an initiative to verify scientific news and fight disinformation. Delighted to write to you.

    I am writing for this viral video (https://www.marca.com/tiramillas/actualidad/2019/07/28/5d3d949546163f34128b457b.html) of a supposed piece of meat that takes on a life of its own. It could be a dish of ikizukuri, perhaps a frog.

    I don’t know if you are able to recognize the kind of meat it is and if they think the video is real or fake.

    From what we have read it is possible that it is real as it can be freshly cut meat from frogs or other amphibians and with the soy sauce used in oriental cooking it could generate movement by the sodium ions that pass through the sodium channels even though the animal is dead.

    What do you think about it? Can you give me your opinion about it? We would cite the name of your restaurant along with the explanation.

    I leave you my telephone number: +34628575279.

    Greetings,
    Fermín

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