ON THE STREETS: Organic or ganic?
Jonathan Kesselman: And so now what we’re gonna be doing is I have two different food stuffs here.
>> Uh, huh.
Kesselman: One is ganic and one is organic. So the question is, organic or ganic?
Kesselman: Are you ready?
Kesselman: Okay. Do you know the difference between organic food and ganic food? You know what, I’m gonna run the clip for people. I’m gonna run the clip.
[video clip - music]
So now you understand organic versus ganic? And we’re doing a taste test.
Kesselman: Eat, please. Do you want to go ahead and bite in?
>> It’s good.
Kesselman: No go ahead, keep, trust me. I have a hard time. I mean, I’m not as, what do you think? You want to try another bite? It seems like that one is the one, or maybe not.
>> This is strong.
Kesselman: Strong? Strong in a, like a pesticide, fair trade, kind of free-range kind of way, or? What we have here are two habaňero peppers. It is probably one of the hottest peppers on the planet. Like on a scale of one to ten, it’s like Dante’s Inferno.
Kesselman: No, you have to taste it.
Kesselman: Okay, now, don’t make any decision until you see both foodstuffs, okay?
>> All right.
>> It’s a little sweeter.
>> I think so.
Kesselman: Now the seeds also help too.
>> The seeds [indistinct]
Kesselman: Oh, it is. Seeds are the bad part? It would help to know the difference. You don’t want to try it? Okay. In Austria, is there a pepper that’s hotter than this?
Kesselman: Hello, how are you?
>> Do you expect me to eat?
>> I’m gonna go organic, ganic.
Kesselman: Now what led you to this conclusion?
>> Because it’s a big, big, big fish head.
Kesselman: This is what is called tripe.
>> Uh, huh.
Kesselman: Good. Touch it, get in there, it’s fine. This is fresh, or maybe not.
>> I can’t [indistinct]
Kesselman: Do you want to take a bite or no?
>> I’m trying.
Kesselman: Okay, go ahead.
>> Is that all right?
Kesselman: Yeah, absolutely.
>> It’s a sponge. That’s ganic.
Kesselman: See? This isn’t too hard.