Microbiology is not something that we might associate with food, but according to New York chef David Chang, it’s the unsung hero of flavor.
The Michelin chef, who recently visited Australia for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, spoke in detail about his personal discovery of microbes — invisible organisms which play an influential role in cooking.
“It’s just hit me how important the concept and the world of microbiology is,” the Momofuku-famed chef said. “It’s completely consumed me, it’s all I think about in terms of food.”
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