A new show just started on Netflix and I am hooked. Samin Nosrat is wonderful - a breath of fresh air. Her enthusiasm and joie d'vivre is contagious. I had never heard of her, but am now a fan. I can't wait to watch all the shows. Sumptuous locales, the people, the cultures and Samin make this show a must.
I was a huge fan of Anthony Bourdain; no one like him. I think the same about Samin (Sameen). So far I've watched her in Italy and Japan. There is a shopping site on the show website and I am wondering if the Japanese artisanal soy sauce, aged for four years in 150 year old cedar vats is worth the cost. It shouldn't be used in cooking, but for tasting on rice, sushi etc. What the heck. You only live once and I need to taste it. Supposedly unlike regular soy sauce which is aged for three months and mass produced.
I think you can watch the episodes on youtube if you don't get Netflix. So worth your time.