The last time Portland, Oregon chef Eduardo Garcia popped up in the news, he had lost his left hand after being electrocuted and had recently received a brand new bionic hand. Now, he's had four months to learn how to use the thing. Good Morning America checks in with Garcia, who now uses his hand to smash garlic, shake saute pans, pick up herbs, and more. He says the prosthetic gives him an advantage: he uses it the grasp hot things his coworkers cannot. Says Garcia, "It went from woe is me to whoa, this is me." Check out his skills below:
Watch a Chef With a Bionic Hand: "I've Got Superpowers"
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