AMA: The Most Underutilized Food in America.
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It’s my favorite time of the week: Ask Me Anything! This round, we went from Iron Chef to time travel, and then on to eels and hoofed animals.
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This week's questions:
One of the best benefits of subscribing to Discovery+ is the ability to search for Andrew Zimmern and find to my surprise a series that’s new to me - The Big Food Truck Tip. Just love it. I adore Family Dinner as well. Will that continue? What’s your next venture? Your biggest fans want to know!
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With all of the travels and experiences: Have you had a meal that takes you back in time like 1700's Colonial/Revolution or 1500's France/Germanic/England where the meal, feel, vibe, and environment was? Like going to a scenic Tavern in Boston or something like that?
What is one food source that you think is underutilized in America? For me it’s the humble Eel. It’s a great clean source of protein that used to be important but is now mainly an export fish to Asia. Your thoughts?