Most Delicious Salmon Head Miso Soup – Ishikari Nabe Style | Bakkafrost Salmon

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  1. I don't understand why people are getting touchy about the camera man joking with Hiroyuki about him having OCD. He is friends with Hiroyuki and has the right to joke around with him and whether Hiroyuki took offense or not is between them. I didn't detect any malice in the joke. How you gonna tell two people that probably were friends long before they started this channel, how to joke around with each other. Japanese is absolutely a different culture so I can imagine Hiroyuki would take offense if he feels that the camera man is trying to say something is wrong with him, but nevertheless they are still friends. I say they should joke around a little more, put some humor into the channel. Keep it up you two! I love your videos!

  2. Chef, You are not OCD. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. You are just an organized chef. The person interviewing you is extremely misinformed. He just thinks he is smart or funny, and shows his foolishness. Your reason for slicing items is so that they cook the same thoroughness. Also, they are easier to keep on the spoon, or hold with chop sticks.

  3. i do not believe Hiro has OCD, I do believe he takes great pride in how things look and his food and there is nothing wrong with that. I also believe that the camera man was just poking fun at Hiro, I think that is great too, shows how good of friends they are. Thanks for the vids guys, love watching Hiro and his OCD, hahahahaha, thanks alot.

  4. A few months late. But I can't stand the behavior of the cameraman.

    Something about his tone of voice and the disconnect between words and affect. He sounds like a psychopath, in almost all of his videos. It might not be his fault but he also seems to display a keen eye for oddities and readily points them out without any type of restriction. He is socially awkward at best and lacks respect for natural boundaries and normal sensitivities.

    So what made people mad is the odd behavior and almost insulting jokes that are indicators for someone who is narcissistic. And I don't think Hiro likes the stupid way he is made the center of a joke either – by what seems to be an immature person with no sense for where to draw the line. I like how Hiro sovereignly deflected the stupid jokes, only passively taking notice. It reminded me of how grown lions would do with cubs, and that made it bearable to watch.

    I mean the cameraman kept going on about how Hiro stacks the bones when eating chicken wings. That's just unnecessary and people don't like that – and rightfully so.

    In the end its lowly behavior and clearly a weird way to make conversation – let alone a YouTube video.
    Smh.

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