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    Learn cooking

    Hello

    Hope this is relevant to this sub. But does anyone know of any profiles on YouTube that have a playlist of videos to teach cooking from the ground up?. I can cook things if I have clear instructions follow but I feel like I need to expand my knowledge


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    Re: Learn cooking

    Binging with babish has a "basics with babish" series. Those meal recipe box services might be a good start too. You get all the ingredients and a recipe to follow.

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    Re: Learn cooking

    You could also check out Cranble, which is a sister site to HEXUS.
    Some very good, simple recipes on there.

    Really though, if you mean that cannot cook a single thing whatsoever and need total supervision just to boil an egg, then an actual beginners cookery course with a live instructor would be far more beneficial - A YouTube video can only show you the right way. It cannot reach out of your screen and point out where you're going wrong or what you're missing.


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    Re: Learn cooking

    Delia online - she did something of a how-to beginners guide a few years back.

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    Re: Learn cooking

    I too, sign up to a technology forum to ask about cooking How many watts does your microwave have?

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    Re: Learn cooking

    Thought the title said lean cooking

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    Re: Learn cooking

    Imagine if I actually asked a cooking question in the COOKING SECTION of the forum without sarcastic replies

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    Re: Learn cooking

    Thanks for the tips guys (almost all of you). I'll have a browse through those suggestions and see what I can pick up. It's not that I can't cook or that I'm utterly useless. I just feel like other people jump at new recipes with ease and hardly need the instructions whereas I'm more comfortable following them step by step

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    Re: Learn cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by easyrider View Post
    Thought the title said lean cooking
    I hear it's very popular among sailors.

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