His team at Noma is experimenting with yeast, bacteria and fermentation. One of those experiments yielded the intriguing grasshopper sauce, which you can learn how to make in the video below.
The sauce is officially called grasshopper garum which, any food geek knows, refers to a fermented fish sauce made in ancient Rome. Incredibly, only four ingredients are needed for the grasshopper sauce: grasshoppers, barley, grubs (aka bettle larvae) and salt.
The Brazilian chef from O Bar da Dona Onça and A Casa do Porco in São Paulo has been recognised for her outstanding contribution to the restaurant industry and her role in driving positive change in her community.