SPOILER ALERT: Season 2, Episode 2 of “Spoiled to Perfection”™ Web Video Series Explores the Link Between Fermentation and Gourmet Chocolate

SANTA ROSA, Calif., May 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Spoiled to Perfection, the unique, globally-acclaimed web video series that unlocks the magic behind the art of culinary alchemy in Sonoma County, CA, announced today that episode two of the second season is now available for on-demand viewing.

In “Fermentation Road,” season one host and winemaker Garrett Martin journeys to Firefly Chocolate in Windsor, CA., where company founder Jonas Ketterle shares fascinating insights on how fermentation is a critical variable in the flavor development of chocolate.

In “Spoiler Alert,” Sonoma County natives and fermented food lovers Emily Somple and Brian Cary are back behind the anchor desk to deliver an educational — and often hilarious — look at the rise of kombucha, which Somple describes as a “fizzy, fermented tea that has surpassed the concept of trendy.”

In “Spoiled Kitchen,” food stylist, chef, and home fermenter Joanna Badano shows viewers how to put a fresh and fermented twist on and old favorite by baking a delectable batch of chocolate cupcakes and adding an unexpectedly delicious ingredient: sauerkraut.

In “Fermented Science,” narrator Jennifer Harris teams up with illustrator Valerie Valdivia and animator Chris Vanderschaaf to explore the art and science of baking bread, with a special focus on how bread starters are made.

All four segments are available on the series’ website, where viewers will also find episode two’s blooper and outtakes reel, along with additional cast and crew information, photos and recipes.

Alan Campbell helmed the camera for episode two and led the production team for Fermentation Road, Spoiler Alert and Spoiled Kitchen, respectively. Steve Rustad served as executive producer and director for all segments.

Spoiled to Perfection is sponsored by Bubbies, makers of the most popular naturally-fermented Kosher Dill Pickles and Sauerkraut: http://bubbies.com.

For more information on Spoiled to Perfection, including interview requests and media inquiries, contact Stephen Rustad at (707) 664-5056, steve@rustadmarketing.com, or via the Spoiled to Perfection website.

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