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I love hearing from farmers! We need to give way more respect to the folks making the ingredients, and farm fresh strawberries are such a joy.
Can we just talk about how excited inga is throughout this video? How precious!
Her voice of despair when they said she couldn’t drink the juice immediately and had to wait for it to defrost lmao
oml soo trueeee she is just such a gem hahhahah (;
They literally looked like kids on Christmas 🥺❤
can we have a "how I cooked" with strawberries as well? I'd love that
@Hà Minh Châu Vũ I think he is talking about the bulk amount of one ingredient videos "I cooked 10 ponds of strawberries"
I swear I second this. That would be so awesome and I love strawberries so much, it would be so nice to see some nice ideas beyond cake, fruit salad or jam...
There's already a "4 ways we cook strawberry" video.
The genuine, joyful chuckle that came out of Andrew when Inga picked the berry just right 😂 🥰 I love you guys so much ahhaha ❤️
The content you guys have been making for this channel since day 1 has been so special and so high quality. I love that you guys tell stories like this!
You can tell that's a chef who loves feeding people. He watched your faces so closely when you were tasting the food.
I really appreciate how much people are seeing how Japanese immigration in California shaped agriculture and the food scene.
In Germany, the most aromatic strawberry is called Lambada. It does not have a long shelf life, so it will not be sold in supermarkets. You can only buy it dircetly from the farms, either at strawberry stalls run by the farms or at farmers markets.
Thanks for the tip!
The best strawberries I've ever had were from years ago in the city of Westminster in Southern California on the corner of Brookhurst and Bolsa. They were grown by Japanese farmers and they were insanely sweet and huge and the deepest red you've ever seen! Now the two plots of land are full of houses and condos......sad! 😭😭😭😭
Kayano Farms!! They were my family's favorite! They were INCREDIBLE! Watching this video reminded me of them as well!
Take a moment to appreciate how beautifully the landscapes are captured. Not only are the people always so preciously highlighted, but the atmosphere, lighting, and colours feel so contemporary and refreshing in themselves. This aint no CNN or BBC anthony bourdain/Ramsey production, makes you smile!
Isnt just amazing that the 2 high quality fruit farms they featured here are Japanese owned?
This channel is really good, love the content you guys are putting out!
You guys are so seriously talented. These videos bring me so much joy and they're so expertly shot and edited. Gets me excited about food and cooking!
i love how this is like the spiritual successor to worth it! great work on the detail integration, very digestible!
I've actually been wondering about Harry's Berries. This was a very enjoyable introduction. Best strawberry I ever had was a wild one from my back yard growing up. Maybe these come close?
I'm allergic to strawberries and still found this enthralling. People, cherish your ability to eat strawberries. 🍓
We'll eat more in your honor
My god the color of the strawberries is absolutely stunning!
My mom gave me a wild strawberry plant and it only grew during a stormy week and it was so yummy but then it’s home died,, it was the sweetest strawberry I have tasted☺️
the editing on this video makes me so happy, its like telling a story, editing in this vid is so underrated imo, loved the new style u guys used in this 1
7:07 finally somebody that understands that you DO NOT NEED sugar to balance out Thai dishes.All these Instagram "cooks" embarrass themselves everyday claiming sugar to be essential.
This was a pleasant video. the strawberries I’ve been getting lately are so tart, didn’t really think that there would be so many varieties!
These videos are so well thought out and sincere! keep it up!
Great episode. Strawberries use to be my favorite treat from the garden growing up. Now the mass marketed brightly colored wood that is past off as strawberries has made me miss those days. No doubt the cultivars that are grown in your area by Harry's Berries is perfect for those growing conditions but would not do as well in other areas which are hotter or colder, wetter or drier. It is important to search out local cultivars that grow well in your area, although the changing climate conditions is making it more difficult. I have found that home grown berries no matter the cultivar are going to be far superior to the mass marketed junk sold in supermarkets.
The joy on your faces i swear you guys made my day✌️
Harry's Berries better be ready to get a deluge of orders!
What an absolutely beautiful video! About To Eat is one of my favourite channels at the moment ❤️
Giving me flashbacks to when an eight foot stack of Harry’s berries began toppling over when I was working in the produce cooler at Walmart.
It's time for a "How I used 20 pounds of strawberries"🥰
Just found out the Manzke couple also owns Wildflour Cafe here in Manila. I love their pastries! So cool!!
Watching this while eating strawberries and cream. Easily one of my most favorite things about the summer.
I’ve had Harry’s berries (you can get them at Eataly), and they live up to their reputation. They taste like what you imagine a strawberry should taste like. Most people just know the overly acidic, tart Driscolls which taste like water.
Every single strawberry and dish looked so appetizing!
First time knowing Harry's Berry. Really love this exploration of strawberry! Learned something new today. Thank you Inga, Andrew, and the Crew!!
Saw you guys (Andrew, Inga, Adam) at the benefit dinner! Was wondering then if you’d make a video about these berries but looks like you already did haha. Appreciate you bringing light to the story behind the amazing fruit.
These r quite pricey but man alive theyre wonderful. I first encountered them while working in a high end restaurant. Its quite the achievement of this farm to have established such a pedigree
Loved this concept! More of this with Inga please💛
Weird, Mara des Bois are fairly common here. But going strawberry picking is a typical summer/fall activity.
i like the atmosphere in this video. Everyone was giggly and just felt like they were so happy to be there.
Inga is just radiating joy here and it is such a mood booster!
When I finish this video, It was kind of odd to have a feeling that this video seems to end prematurely? And then when I think about it, I think I was expecting to see the last part of the video to how you guys to go about and make use of these wonderful strawberries to incorporate into your own dishes? To me, it not only will add nice touch to the video, but it might be an important, if not the most important part of this video? Just a thought! 🤔
I haven't had Harry's berries but i"ve had Mary's cherries and they're also pretty good.
I love it when UA-camrs call attention to family owned businesses.
People often raise eyebrows when I say that my favorite fruit is a bowl of ripe, in-season strawberries.They often expect people to say something like melon, pineapple, or mango, but nah. Strawberries is where its at.
Especially cold strawberries on a summer day
Love love love these farm visiting episodes 😍💕
We love love love Harry’s Berries. Such a great farm. We are spoiled living just a few miles away
Ah, a video about those strawberries Claire loves
This video makes me want to run to the grocery store and gorge myself on strawberries 😅
Andrew, Inga, and the themes are always great. But I dig Inga's hair today.
Just got a shipment of Harry’s berries. They are amaaazinng, the sweetest I have ever had
Those strawberries look exactly like the ones grown in my grandmas garden in Poland
Inga and Andrew are my all time favourite ❤️
Inga fangirling over strawberries was not what I signed up for but this is an amazing bonus
Andrew: Good at pronunciation and picking strawberries
Just finished my second burrito, and this video made me hungry again!
I love how Inga cheer up the whole video 👍🏼
This video is just delightful! I feel so calm after watching it.
andrew looks like inga's proud dad the whole time at the farm
There was genuine despair in Ingas voice when Andrew picked the strawberry right HAHAHAHA
Inga could serve me a plate of smoldering rocks. And I would eat them willingly telling her it was the most delicious meal I had ever experienced.
i've never been so upset about being allergic to strawberries ;-;
Absolutely loved this!
yay finally a fruit episode, no meat content. 🙌🙌🙌👌😍
That wow expression that you both get is perhaps the best advertisement for the brand
Oh man!!! That chef was so wholesome!
when that guy cut so much of the strawberry off, my jaw dropped lol
How come every time I buy strawberries in the US, even expensive organic ones, they smell and taste like nothing?
Under NO circumstance make a drinking game of the amount of times they say Harry's Berries!
The chef who made the dessert, her voice reminds me of someone's voice I heard on About To Eat or Worth It or some other place before!! She has a distinct lisp!!
Wow. A strawberry farm in CA. I thought you were going to feature the Japanese grown Sky Berry which can cost $25 per berry or more.
This is so greatttt, new knowledge and make u appreciate an ingredient more 🎆🎆🎆
Andrew proves yet again he is better at everything... literally better at everything over everyone lol
Happy there's a new upload, cause I've been rewatching nonstop 😅
Can you guys make a video about your favorite cook books recipes
It makes me happy to hear a farm started by an immigrant has flourished : )
Bummer that it's not called Hideo's Berries:(
this video got me hooked into watermelon sugar high again for sure lmfao
"So refreshing, so sweet, so strawberry"
*LOVEEEEEEE* the contents 😆❤️❤️❤️
can I order online? or only in-person?
How do these compare to Oishii strawberries?
i dont know how i immediately knew that the manzke lady is filipino, but i did 😆
Chef Suzanne Goin, of Tavern, AOC, and the wonderful former LUCQUES, where I worked, always used Harry's Berries when they were in season. Sooooo wonderful.
harry´s son seems a good guy
I really like this video!
Controversial opinion: Dutch strawberries are THE best strawbs. Yes I'm biased, yes I'm ready to fight you on this. Come try them. I dare ya.
OMG, Inga is soooooooo cute! ❤
hahaha loved the ending
I dont know why when u eat fresh strawberry, u just snap the stem with ur hand, but when u cook smth using strawberry, u cut the stem with knife and throw some of the fruit.
that was great, summer vibes and strawberries
Name a strawberry that doesn't taste good 🤯 give me the cheapest, I'm sure I'll survive
The pretentiousness of these chefs is mind blowing. Slicing a cucumber and a strawberry and then serving them together is worth $50 per dish? Are you kidding me! If you pay for this, you deserve the "amazing experience" you get. Congrats, you ate food I grow on my balcony.
Inga's hair looks beautiful!
Great video, ave to try these know.
I can't believe they both wore pale colors to a strawberry farm. Ballsy.
Margarita is totally Filipino lol
Inga is such a ball of sunshine.
the fact that harry's berries has nothing to do with harry styles made me giggle
When are you guys going to do the next Wroth It videos?
Has Alvin left the channel? He hasn't been in episodes in a while. 🤔
And Rie? Where has she been?
He had a lot of videos on Binging with Babish while Andrew was on holiday, I don't think he left the channel
This is the best damn thing on UA-cam