5 easy ways to learn how to cook

Ah, the food. One that we all agree on

However, few of us know how to cook. Yeah, I'm sure you know how to unfreeze frozen pizza and make noodles, but I'm telling you

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Cooking is a skill you'll need as long as you live. (You sort of are). Therefore, if you want to become even more exclusive than you already have, cooking is a skill worthy of study. Why? Well, let me break it for you

Why do you have to lean on Cook?

1. You will have the advantage of knowing exactly what is in your food and how it was done. This is particularly useful for people with allergies or dietary restrictions. It's not a pity for you anymore

2. You will be healthier without even trying, because household food is fresh than restaurant food and has no additives or preservatives. You can also choose the healthier ingredients that restaurants may not offer

"Like the time I set a toaster on fire or run a blender without a lid (I bet you can guess how it turned out)."

3. You will save money because the service price will always be less for home-cooked meals than food. Awesomesauce

4. It's convenient. You're making food in perfect size for you. You can taste things in your taste. You can have a lot more diversity in your diet if you can cook. And best of all, can you please all your quays when you want (3 in the morning? No problem

5. You can demonstrate your independence and impress a lot of people. (Also good for dates)

6. First of all, cooking is fun. I had lots of kitchen drawers. They become a great memory. Like the time I set fire to a toaster on a fire or run a blender without a lid (I bet you can guess how it turned out)

A simple five-step process to get you the Coolinarium

You will need basic cooking utensiers such as saucepans, skillets, tablespoons, ploughs, bin bats, mixers, knives, cutting planks, and hot whiteboard. You can get other specialized tools later when you start producing recipes that require them

The second thing you need is a kitchen. If you live in a living room with a kitchen, just like you. If not, many student residences will have communal kitchens that you can use. You don't need one of those fancy kitchens that they have prepared for cooking shows with a whole lot of machines to make everything from meat to shredding. You are good if you have a gold trio that can be found in every kitchen: a stove and a brass sink, a sink, and a refrigerator

Step 3: Loud

Food, obviously. That means you're gonna have to shop for the ingredients. To sum up the basics: fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grain products, spices, real milk and lean mint. Use sales and compare prices for different brands. It's normal, stocking on non-peppermint like pasta, rice and flour when they're sold, but when it comes to production, meat and milk, it's best to buy only in quantities that you know, you can use (mold ain't a pretty sight)

Cooking books are a great resource for recipes, but they cost money. You can get recipes as well on the Internet. It's free! (ALL)

Step 5: Cooking time

All of your ingredients will be ready before you make sure you don't run, trying to do ten things right away, making sure you don't fire. This means carving all vegetables, cooking meat, grinding cheese, etc., before including any source of heat. Then, when you are ready, you can whip up something great and allow you to begin the delightful times!

And here it is. It's just as simple as that. You know, it's never too late (or too early) to learn how to cook! Stay informed of the next article, where I will share some of my favorite recipes that are fast, healthy and excellent for beginnivars!

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Yashvi is currently in the final years of secondary school. She's a novice novelist and a prosaic. When she does not read or write (rarely), she can be found playing one of the few tools she can play, cook, or draw (even if it's blatantly awful)