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How To Make David Kinch's Three-Michelin-Star Cookies

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How To Make David Kinch's Three-Michelin-Star Cookies

Making a three-Michelin-star snack like this granola cookie from David Kinch is, on the face of it, not too complicated – you just have to buy in a lot, and we mean a lot, of ingredients.

The cookie, which is served at Kinch’s three Michelin star restaurant Manresa in California, is the antithesis of the "gross" health food of the 1970s he says, though we doubt many people have ever eaten granola like this before.

What in this epic cookie?

There’s every single seed and nut you can imagine in it - including chia seeds, walnuts, almonds, pumpkin seeds - along with a ton of spices and bringing it all together is extra-virgin cold pressed pumpkin oil.

Okay, so it sounds complicated, but we feel you could adapt recipe slightly, with maybe a few less ingredients and still get a good result. The processes are actually fairly straightforward and it looks like a lot of fun to make.

Watch below.

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