Disabled Man Beats the Odds to Become a Chef

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CYPRESS, Calif. (KTLA) — A man who lost the use of one of his arms has beaten the odds to become a world class chef.

Cooking in a professional kitchen can be difficult with the use of both arms, let alone one, but Colt Munchoff has managed to follow his dream.

He also started a foundation to help other physically disabled people with limited range of motion to develop adaptive cooking techniques.

Munchoff says the purpose of the Foundation is to teach increased skills and greater independence.

For more information on the Brain Site, log onto www.thebrainsite.org.

For more information on the Colt Munchoff Foundation, log onto www.blinkonce4yes.org

Mission Statement for the Munchoff Foundation:

“The Munchoff Foundation is a nonprofit organization developed to inspire and encourage the physically challenged to become independent specifically in the arena of cooking.

“The foundations primary goal is to impact the disabled community through the training and promotion of adaptive cooking.”

Lu Parker

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