Humans of FHC: Brendan Wendlandt


“I’m most thankful for a man named Louis Pasteur, who had a very, very big impact on my life. If you don’t know what he did, he revolutionized the pasteurization [process]. I forget the exact timeline, but I believe in the 1930s, he experimented with different pasteurization techniques to make milk efficient and safe to drink. I really respect that, and I wouldn’t be the man I am today without Louis. My music career would not be what it is. I wouldn’t have as much calcium in my bones, and frankly, I feel like we’d be worse off as a nation.”