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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Garcia also resumed work on his Active Ingredient pilot. In the show, he draws on his life experiences and his enjoyment of the outdoors to promote healthy food and an active lifestyle. He also preaches "a can-do attitude" of giving "it all you’ve got ... and [having] fun doing it." As of 2013, Garcia was actively searching for a TV network interested in airing the show.
Garcia has also appeared on Hallmark Channel’s "Home & Family" and his recipes have appeared on HGTV.com, Refinery29, and Latina.com.
In 2015 a Kickstarter campaign was used to fund a documentary feature film about Garcia. The resulting film, Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story, was released in 2018.
In 2014, Garcia decided his five-fingered bionic hand was not ideal for cooking – it was not waterproof and got cut on several occasions – and switched to a bionic hook instead. "When you're cooking ... it's a dance almost," he explains. "With the hand I just didn't feel fluid, whereas with the hook ... I just rock and roll again." Montana Mex is due to be launched in stores throughout the United States.
In September 2013, Garcia was fitted with a bionic hand designed by Touch Bionics and fitted by Advanced Arm Dynamics. The new hand is controlled by Garcia's forearm muscles and is capable of gripping 25 different ways. It allows him to perform tasks requiring a great deal of manual dexterity. His new arm still has limitations. For example, Garcia cannot lift heavy weights with it. Even so, he says the accident actually helped his career as a chef. "I've got superpowers," he explained. "I can grab things out of an oven and not get burnt. I don’t cut my fingers anymore." Additionally, the accident made him a more humble person and more willing to rely on other members of his team in the kitchen.
In September 2013, Garcia's story was featured on The Huffington Post. In November, he was profiled by People magazine. In December, he appeared on Good Morning America and his story was featured in the Daily Mail and Fox News Latino. In January 2014, he appeared on The Chew In May, he appeared on Katie.
On October 9, 2011, while bow-hunting elk in the Montana backcountry, Garcia came across the dry remains of a bear. Attempting to remove a claw with his knife, he received a severe electrical shock from a 2400-volt power line hidden underneath its carcass. He was knocked to the ground and severely burned. He remembers telling himself to get up, but after that his memory is incomplete - the next thing he remembers is walking on a road a mile away from the accident spot. By the time he found help, Garcia had walked three miles.
Garcia co-founded Montana Mex, a Mexican-inspired line of flavored salts, salsas and hot sauces, upon returning to Montana in 2010. He also began creating a cooking show to be called Active Ingredient. Garcia describes his food as fun, simple, exploratory, and always influenced by the local environment.
Eduardo Garcia (born 1981) is an American celebrity chef and the co-founder of Montana Mex, a Mexican food company. He is known as the "bionic chef" because he cooks with a prosthetic left arm, the result of an accident while hunting in 2011.
Eduardo Garcia was born in 1981, the son of a Mexican fisherman and chef father and an astrologer, Montessori Teacher and author mother. He grew up in Bozeman, Montana. Part-time job choices there are limited, so Garcia elected to work on the Chico Hot Springs ranch as a prep chef. After high school, Garcia went to college at The Art Institute of Seattle. During college, he worked at a Japanese cafe called Saitos.