Babish Answers Cooking Questions From Twitter | Tech Support | WIRED

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Andrew Rea, perhaps better known as “Babish” from the YouTube channel “Babish Culinary Universe,” answers the internet’s burning questions about cooking. Why do they always use kosher salt in cooking videos? What do you season rib eye with? Are bay leaves a hoax? What’s the hardest fruit to cut? Andrew answers all these questions and much more.

Check out Andrew’s popular YouTube channel: Babish Culinary Universe here: https://www.youtube.com/c/bingingwithbabish/

New cooking series Basics with Babish: https://basicswithbabish.co/

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You can also get all his recipes in his New York Times Best Selling book, Binging With Babish.

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