- Bill Gates and chef Eitan Bernath can be seen preparing rotis together.
- Chef Bernath introduced the video by informing Gates that he had just returned from India.
- The video received numerous comments, many praised their efforts, others criticized the rotis they produced.
Internet Divided After Bill Gates Prepares Ghee-Slathered Roti With Chef Eitan Bernath This video is evidence that Bill Gates enjoys freshly baked, ghee-slathered Indian flatbread, popularly known as roti, just as much as we do. In a recent video, the Microsoft co-founder and well-known chef Eitan Bernath can be seen preparing rotis together.
Chef Bernath posted the video on his twitter account. Bernath introduced the video by informing Gates that he had just returned from India where he had learned how to cook rotis. In an effort to duplicate it in his kitchen, Gates added water to a bowl of flour that Bernath had previously filled.
“We had a blast making Indian Roti together. Eitan just got back from a trip to Bihar, India where he met wheat farmers whose yields have been dramatically increased thanks to new early sowing technologies,” Bernath wrote in the caption. “He also met with women from ‘Didi Ki Rasoi’ community canteens who graciously shared their expertise in making the perfect roti.”
Take a look at the video below:
“When is the last time you think you cooked?” Bernath questioned Gates. “Well, if heating up soup counts, I do that regularly,” the co-founder of Microsoft said. He watched the chef prepare rotis on a “tawa” for him. Gates applied ghee on them once they were prepared.
Bernath then forced Gates to sample the roti. He responded, “pretty good”.
The video received numerous comments. While many praised the duo’s efforts, others criticized the rotis they produced. Some desis, to put it mildly, were not very impressed.
@EitanBernath @BillGates, said one user. “Well done @EitanBernath @BillGates. Long live our Roti. Next time try it out with some healthy millet flour.
Another wrote, “That’s the worst roti we could even imagine. But a good effort!” Another claimed, “Fun video. But trust me, this video is more like ‘How not to make a roti’.”
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