What is the greatest food tech invention of all time? Fire and harnessing heat for cooking. Or perhaps you’re thinking cutting stones and knives? The point of origin for flint knives is about 4,000 years ago which is a solid argument for knives to be one of the first, if not the greatest food technology. In-studio guest Harry Rosenblum, host of HRN’s Feast Yr Ears, discusses ancient food tech that is still essential today, along with new food tech that may have a shot at being around for thousands of year more. In addition to his HRN host duties, co-founder of The Brooklyn Kitchen, co-creator of Sumo Stew events and General Manager of Kikuichi New York, the North American office of the oldest knife maker in the world.
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