Learn To Cook

Learn To Cook:

One of the biggest monthly expenses for students is food. Some students eat baked beans and toast, while others eat out every night from the fried chicken or kebab shop, and others eat supermarket ready meals. However, the smartest students do something different, they learn to cook.

 

How To Learn To Cook:

- You can get your mom, dad or grandma to teach you how to cook when you are back home on school breaks

- You can get your friends who know how to cook to teach you. If you have fellow students from other countries, this can be an enlightening experience

- You can go online and find recipes or watch YouTube videos on how to cook dishes that you like

 

What Are The Advantages Of Learning To Cook?

- Learning to cook saves you money. Cooking yourself is far cheaper than buying lunch and dinner, and you can bring your cooked lunch to school, or come home for an already cooked dinner.

- Cooking is far healthier than eating out or eating processed / packaged foods.

- Cooking become part of your social life. You can invite your friends over for lunch or dinner instead of eating out. Also, you can cook a meal for that special friend or potential girlfriend / boyfriend

- Cooking saves you time especially if you cook in large batches for 3-4 days or a week (just pop the leftovers in the freezer and defrost when necessary)

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