Joel Gamoran, the head chef who will enter us to fight against food waste – News
9 months ago
On June 24, the television channel 24 Kitchen the "Scraps" cooking program opens. In it, the head chef Joel Gamoran shows us how to combat food waste by taking advantage of food "remains" that many people waste because they do not know what they can do with them.
Both at home and in restaurants, there are many culinary possibilities around leaves, peduncles, roots, barks and grains – rarely harnessed for food. In the background, realize the origins of food and find the joy in cooking well.
This series, transmitted from Monday to Friday at 21:50, goes to meet the food where they are produced, served and eaten, passing a message to combat food waste. This is funny. Cooking "debris" means not only reducing food waste but also saving time and money.
From the west coast to the east coast of the United States, Joel Gamoran transforms local ingredients and leftovers into meals. In each episode, Joel Gamoran travels to an American city where, along with local chefs, he celebrates local foods and creates dishes with "junk" ingredients such as banana peels, shrimp skins, chicken bones or carrot.
The pressure is that Joel takes less than a day to find ingredients and build a menu complete.