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Women who can't cook
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Posted 4/2/14
Have you met one?
Does it matter?
Does it impact a relationship when you find out?
Does she make the honest effort to try and learn?(not trying to be a sexist or anything of the sort)
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Posted 4/2/14 , edited 10/3/14
If you decided to break up with a girl because she can't cook then there's something wrong with you and not her, because that's a very shallow reason. Honestly I think it comes down to willingness to put effort into cooking, if you can read and put things together then I don't see any reason why ANYONE men or women can't make something edible.
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I havent met one I guess, Ive never had a live in gf. It would impact the relationship if she didnt put forth any effort, but like LD said it's not that hard. That being said I love to cook and Im apicky eater so id do most of the cooking anyway, Maybe it's a generational thing.... check out 300 sandwiches.
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Posted 4/2/14 , edited 10/3/14
Have I met one? Yes.

Does it matter? Of course, women and men alike SHOULD learn how to cook, though women moreso than men

Does it impact relationship? I only ever had one romantic female relationship... And she could cook.

Last one isn't applicable.
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Does baking count?
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30 / M / Miami, Florida
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Most girls I know can't cook...or rather they're not too good at seasoning. That actually goes for the guys too.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Does baking count?


You can burn cookies so yes baking does count as cooking.
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Okay then.

We'll if a woman can't cook then she could always learn the same applies to men. If that don't work, it's not meant to be.
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qualeshia3 wrote:




Okay then.

We'll if a woman can't cook then she could always learn the same applies to men. If that don't work, it's not meant to be.


I don't think it should just end.
For example I can cook. my girlfriend can cook better than me having more than 2 years at culinary college. she teaches me new recipes all the time. but then again you are right I at least have aptitude to learn. hmm...
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Getting help is good.
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My grandma when I told her one of my girl friends couldn't cook and I was cooking for her: "She can't cook?! How can she call herself a woman!"

So...
1. Yes.
2. Not really. I prefer to maky my own food since I can be picky at times and impulsive regarding what I want to eat. And I'm a decent cook. I learned from my grandma, who is the best.
3. Yes.

I think cooking is something everybody should learn to do. It's really weird to know that you're incapable of feeding yourself.
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"Women who can't cook"
Have you met one?
-Yes. My sister is one.
Does it matter?
-No, unless they can't/don't want to make something as simple as instant rice (my sister).
Does it impact a relationship when you find out?
-Wouldn't know, I've never been in a relationship. Probably not. I can cook. No biggie.
Does she make the honest effort to try and learn?
-Again, wouldn't know. I'm usually willing to make the honest effort to try and teach, though.
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I have lots of women friends who can't cook. I also have a younger brother who is lost in the kitchen. Everyone should learn to cook. It's sexy, useful, and fun. Sort of like alchemy you can stuff your face with. I love cooking. My favorite things to make are risotto (wine for the risotto, wine for me, it's good to share) and pie (because pie). But this is all silly. Everyone should learn to cook because there will come a time in every person's life when they don't want to eat out and there is no one to operate the stove for them. The potential impact this could have on a relationship is secondary.
Posted 4/3/14 , edited 4/3/14
my sister is one.

her food tastes disgusting... and she's lazy... so she chops vegetables very huge... and it's hard to swallow them.


there's a certain art to cooking; and people who are bad at cooking are not aware of them.
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It would make an impact in the relationship because if it were just me cooking, she'd be quite sick.

But full of tea.
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