How to cut a carrot


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((carrot + apple) / cheesegrater) + sugar = delicious


#4

Badass!


#5

That’s not cutting a carrot, that’s art disguised as food.


#6

We used to practice this when I was working a professional kitchen after high school. It was a shitty kitchen so this wasn’t in anyway something we’d do for the customers or get proper training in. But when we were bored one of the other guys had a book on vegetable garnishes we’d all try. I sucked at it.


#7

I suppose the salt is added to draw out the moisture, which would soften the carrot and presumably make it easier to separate the lattice.

Once I master this technique, I’m just one step closer to a mashed potato ski slope with carrot snow fences and asparagus trees.


#8

These people aren’t hungry enough…


#9

All very impressive but where’s the regulation green cutting mat for veg?


#10

Fucking A.


#11

I actually just cut a carrot. It took a lot less than three minutes.


#12

I just spent about a minute and a half going “You’re pointing the blade at your fingers. The blade is pointed right at your fingers. Aaaah.”


#13

Well, the blade is basically holding still and the carrot is moving, which helps reduce injury capability pretty significantly.


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[delicious(carrot) + delicious(apple)]/cheesegrater > [delicious(carrot) + delicious(apple)]/cheesgrater + sugar


#16

sorry, that doesn’t add up.


#17

I think it is a balanced equation, assuming that sugar has a negative value.

I’m more worried that it doesn’t compile.


#18

Coming in future episodes:

How to fry a frog

How to mash a mango

How to peal a peanut


#19

Are you kidding?! During the course of that video I cut a whole bag of full of carrots!


#20

Anyone else lose their grip on reality at 3min23sec?