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8 Traits of A Person Who Loves Cooking
Cooking has many benefits, including being a creative outlet and a stress reliever- just to name a few.
Here are some of the characteristic traits of people who find it blissful to spend hours creating culinary masterpieces in their kitchen:
1. They think of cooking as free therapy
People who love to spend time in their kitchen know that after having a rough day it helps them to relieve stress. Cooking up a favorite meal helps you forget about any of the issues you were focused on during the day and instead concentrate on creating something delicious. Spending time alone in the kitchen after a long day at work allows you to simply recharge and enjoy the solitude of your kitchen.
2. They know cooking is a great procrastination tool
Cooking can be a great way to put off a mundane task, and those who love to cook know this all too well. Putting all your effort into making an elaborate meal or your favorite dessert is a great way to avoid anything that you have been dreading- if only for a little bit longer.
3. They understand that cooking acts as a bridge between different cultures and beliefs
Cooking is a universal language. Anyone who enjoys cooking knows that when you share a common interest like cooking with someone from a different culture, you can easily form a bond. They see this as an amazing opportunity to share recipes and dishes and learn from different culinary traditions.
4. They notice the subtleties in any dish that they try
Eating out as a cook allows you to taste surprising ingredients in dishes and even potentially inspire you to try to whip up the meals in your own kitchen as well. Unusual flavors excite you and unique interpretations of dishes have you asking the waiter exactly what was added to make the food so flavorful. This might not excite your non-cook friends and family, but when you are with other like-minded cooks, going out to eat becomes a whole other experience.
5. They know that mastering cooking skills helps you to become creative with food
As a cook, you have learned to add your own personal flair to recipes through extensive trial and error. There are no limits for you when it comes to putting a new take on a traditional favorite, because, for you, cooking is all about innovation. You also are known to whip up something delicious from the few remaining contents in your refrigerator, especially when other non-cooks claim there is no food left.
6. They know what tools to use for what dish
As someone who has logged many hours in the kitchen, you know exactly which pan to use for what type of dish- and you have a hard time holding your tongue when you see someone cooking with the wrong one. The same goes for knives and any other cooking item that you can find in the kitchen.
7. They watch cooking shows religiously
When you are not in the kitchen cooking up a storm, you spend your downtime watching shows like MasterChef or Hell’s Kitchen. You cannot get enough of the cutthroat competition and the immense pressure to create something delicious. You secretly dream about applying to a similar TV show, wondering if you signature dish would make the cut.
8. They do not understand picky eaters
One of the best parts of cooking is experimenting with different flavors and having an open mind when it comes to trying new foods. Hence, it’s hard for you to comprehend how some people refuse to eat a certain food item if they have never tried it. You discovered some of your favorite dishes when you were tinkering in the kitchen with a new recipe and now you can’t get enough.
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