Salt Fat Acid Heat | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Master these four elements, master the kitchen. Based on Samin Nosrat’s best-selling book, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat is the essential guide to the basic elements of good cooking. Across the four part experience, the spirited guide Samin travels to home kitchens of Italy, the southern islands of Japan, the heat of the Yucatán and back to Berkeley’s Chez Panisse—where she started her culinary career—to demystify and explore the central principles of what makes food delicious and how each of us can easily incorporate those elements into every dish.

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Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

18 replies
  1. Rosa Codina
    Rosa Codina says:

    I think it is a completely pity that the fat is represented by and filmed in Italy because Spain is for sure the biggest producer of olive oil around the world, in fact italians toke olives to cultuvate them by their own. Besides, and not less, fat is represented by pork and Spain is, again, the biggest and most recognisable producer of porks and hams around the world. Why did this people choose Italy? Honestly I cannot understand, it hurts my heart when I see that the best quality of a product comes from Spain but this product was stolen by other and now they are doing such a market commerce.

  2. Someone
    Someone says:

    COOk! it really is easy and if your afraid of messing something up?! WHO CARES?! Once a week dish by dish. It’s such a wonderful thing. Low risk high reward. Everyone can do it. We all don’t have to be Gordon Ramsay.

  3. Gianiccolo
    Gianiccolo says:

    We tried the salted beef dish a few days later of watching the episode. Beware! It‘s definitely tooo salty! Nosrat is using far too much salt not only for medical reasons, but for the average taste buds on our tongues.


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