2 Minute Tip: Use all your senses to pick produce

Pro chef Hugh Groman shows you how to use sight, smell, touch, and even sound to choose your fruits and vegetables at the market.

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Have you ever walked through the produce department and felt less-than-confident about how to choose the best stuff?

In a new 2 Minute Tip video, below, sponsored by our beloved Berkeley Bowl, Hugh Groman, who runs two successful catering companies and a restaurant in Berkeley, advises us on how to use sight, smell, touch, and even sound to choose our fruits and vegetables.

This short video blog is part of the 2-Minute Tips video series, published by Berkeleyside and Nosh, in which Groman offers practical guidance from a professional to us home cooks and hosts. Catch up on the previous 2-minute videos in the series.

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