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  • Hello lovely people of Food Tube. We have a brilliant collaboration today.

  • Alain De Botton!

  • Hello!

  • How are you sir?

  • Thank you so much.

  • Tell these lovely people about your channel.

  • The School Of Life channel is where you should go for all your problems with relationships, work, anxiety, insomnia.

  • All the kind of stuff that keeps us troubled and worried.

  • It's the number one place to get an emotional education.

  • And this is the stuff you don't get taught at school.

  • That's right, that's why we called it The School Of Life.

  • It's all the stuff that's weirdly fallen through the cracks.

  • So go check out his channel, watch it and then you're hooked.

  • What do you know about philosophy?

  • I don't know, possibly what I think philosophy is, it isn't so maybe you can help me.

  • I'd love to help you.

  • Our brain is a faulty walnut.

  • The task of culture and philosophy in particular is to give that faulty walnut things that will keep it balanced,

  • steady, calm, honest, all these things that we want.

  • But we can't do that on our own.

  • You know we still live in a culture where what's going in our minds is so presumed to be disconnected from what we're eating.

  • Tell them what you've told me to do.

  • The challenge was simple, Jamie how can you help us to think better by eating better?

  • So is there a kind of food that will keep your mind fresh, active and you know, keep things in perspective?

  • That's the challenge.

  • Your body is basically like a loofah right, there's lots of little caverns and pockets where it's sucking up all the things it needs.

  • Some things it needs everyday, some things it can hold on to and keep over reserves for weeks and months.

  • I can show you foods that are really rich and great sources of things that particularly your brain likes.

  • The more you mix it up and the more whole foods we mix up, the more chance you've got to be the very best we can be.

  • The obsession by one thing that's going to make you clever or fast I think we need to let go straight away.

  • Yep I agree, it's like in philosophy people always say what's the meaning of life?

  • It's like well life is made up of many many rivers that flow into a central sea of meaning, it's not one thing.

  • But it's funny we live in a culture where people do expect one answer.

  • Now philosopher Epicurus is one of the great philosophers of the ancient world said:

  • The only things to feast on that you need to be a king, he said are cheese and bread.

  • It reminds us that human beings are not that complicated in the end. We just need a few basic things.

  • Sometimes we just think that we're machines that we can never understand.

  • Some of these things are just simple roots to happiness.

  • This is a collection of things that you like.

  • This is just a map of happiness. Colours look great, it's just health isn't it.

  • Shall I tell you what we're going to make?

  • Please.

  • Alain's Pesto Taglierini with his favourite artichokes.

  • Alain if you could just roll that lemon and when you start to feel your hand slipping a little.

  • That's the natural oils coming out.

  • So we're gonna go lemon zest. Okay. Just a little.

  • You my bro are going to put the basil in here.

  • Okay.

  • Grab the nuts and the cheese. We're not using Parmesan, we're using Swiss cheese.

  • Why? Because he likes it.

  • Whazz this up. Full whack.

  • Now we stop.

  • So now pour in there about 5 seconds of olive oil to start off with.

  • Garlic goes in.

  • Yep.

  • And then we'll squeeze in the juice of a quarter of a lemon.

  • Give it another little whazz.

  • We're such idiots for eating badly aren't we?

  • This is what you teach us.

  • What's beautiful about this is a tablespoon is all you need per portion.

  • We're now going to add pasta, this is taglierini.

  • Straight into the pan, salted okay.

  • And we'll just give it a little of a move around and that will break up.

  • I'm gonna do an artichoke, so there we go.

  • So much of it is inedible and then the bit that isn't is just great.

  • Divine.

  • What I'm going to do is slice them this thin so they cook with and in harmony with the pasta.

  • Wow.

  • I'm in awe.

  • Here is the artichoke and the taglierini going in.

  • Wow.

  • Right.

  • And we're going to just toss it around. The water is going to emulsify with your swiss cheese.

  • And it's going to be sucked up even more so with the pasta.

  • We're getting there, we're getting there.

  • This is how I'm gonna cook in the future, I'm so converted.

  • It smells divine, it looks amazing.

  • This food has got good fats, it's got herbs, it's got the goodness of the nuts and the answer is there isn't a golden bullet.

  • And that's not necessarily a golden bullet but love, care, attention will make you happy.

  • Now I stress-fully wait over here.

  • For the verdict.

  • What I'm loving is that all the different flavours are coming out.

  • It's like listening to music and all the notes are clear and yet it's coming together in a wonderful symphony.

  • I mean it really is.

  • Can I try some?

  • Yeah, yeah.

  • Having a varied diet, real food, fresh food is the best gift you can give to your mind, body and soul frankly.

  • Yea we've allowed ourselves to forget that actually you can be happy on very little and this is the proof of it.

  • And it's so simple, happiness is simple right with a bit of knowledge.

  • Thank you very much for coming in.

  • Thank you Jamie.

  • It's been an absolute pleasure.

  • Have fun with friends and family with this dish.

  • Lots of love.

Hello lovely people of Food Tube. We have a brilliant collaboration today.

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