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Is there a guide on how to cook? I just cooked for myself for

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Is there a guide on how to cook?

I just cooked for myself for the first time and just put some chicken breast on the stove and threw some onion powder and paprika on it. It was pretty tasty
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>>8495415
Ask your parents, Google how to properly cook meats, read the instructions on the packages, and look up recipes.
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Its the current best way to learn how to cook. Listen carefully because this is very important advice. Lots of people think cooking is all about complicated recipes, big cookbooks and arduous effort. Really it's more of an innate thing.

Learning to cook is much more simple, so pay close attention to what I'm going to say. Are you listening?

Fry an egg and experiment with various seasoning. This will give you an idea of what flavours go well together which is the most important quality in cooking. Fry an egg, cut it in quarter, season each quarter differently. Try one with cayenne and, I dunno, chives? Just experiment with lots of seasoning combinations.

Then fry another egg and repeat the process. Keep frying eggs and experimenting until you get a good idea of what works. You can eat 3-4 eggs in a day, heck you're from /fit/ so probably 6+. If you eat 6 eggs in a day, that's 24 egg quarters, 24 seasoning combinations in a day. You're talkng about 1000 seasoning combinations in just over a month.

At this stage you'll be a spicemaster and what/how you cook wont matter because you'll be better at seasoning than 99% of professional chefs, and this WILL make you a good cook.
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>>8495415
>Is there a guide on how to cook?
Get 'The Joy of Cooking'
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>>8495415
Watch Good Eats, it's a very good show that teaches you not just how to cook but helps you understand why certain things are done a certain way.

Pretty much every episode of this show is on youtube, super shitty quality so it doest get automatically flagged but it's there and it's free.
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Step one: stop using onion powder. And since you're probably using garlic powder too, step two is to stop using that.
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>>8496251
why
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>>8495823
What are the best seasonings?
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