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Posted 6/28/15
I like cooking.... I find it tedious at times. If there is a lot of prep, I find that to be more difficult. It also depends on what mood I'm in and how much I've had to drink.
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Posted 6/28/15

IngramIV wrote:

Dude you know the cup noodles? Water and 2:30 minutes on microwave? yes I tried that, the sad part is that I didn't put water on it. The whole microwave smelled like burnt popcorn.
Sometimes I got my corn and flakes with milk and in 2 minutes after I prepared it and I did not begin eating it become squishy.


I put popcorn on the microwave for one minute. The thing turn pitch black. Me I can cook anything except popcorn
Posted 6/28/15 , edited 6/28/15
Not really hard. More like...too lengthy for me sometimes.
I'm just very lazy/impatient with cooking.
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Posted 6/28/15
Cooking for myself is very easy. Cooking for other people is very hard.
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Posted 6/28/15
Only thing I find about cooking hard is what I'm currently working with. Living with my mom still and there's never any counter space to work on prep work -.-

Otherwise I love cooking. Making some from a list of ingredients and having it taste amazing is just so fulfilling.
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It's not hard but hard at the same time.
You need a lot of knowledge and experience.

It might be easy to make a good looking & tasting omelet,
but my dad is a Japanese chef who's been cooking for a long time,
so if he were to tell me that I'm responsible for the next customer's OMAKASE DINNER,
I probaby will start sweating. lol

I grew up in my parent's restaurant in Saitama for a lil over a decade,
but my dad's food is not something I can recreate at this time.
I won't be able to accomplish his delicate & beautiful flavor, yet.
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Some people here need to get with the times; not too long ago we invented a cupboard called a fridge, it's cold inside and you can put food in there and it will be still good a few days later. That allowes for something awesome: Cook a very big potion and eat it for several days! Hurray!
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Posted 6/28/15
Hmm yeah kinda. I mean sometimes i find cooking very easy and quite enjoyable. But sometimes i just cannot be bothered so its more the motivation and putting in the effort that is hard as opposed to the cooking itself.
Having said that i do at times find it difficuilt to time everythuing right and cook everything in the right order or at the right heat. I do sometimes over cook my steak but sometimes i'll serve it too under cooked.
I burn my food sometimes. Either poor timing or the heat too high or not keeping an eye on it(sitting infront of pc for example).

But cooking stuff like spagetti or making tacos and ommletts and things like is easy. And cooking on the BBQ.
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Posted 6/28/15
On the contrar'e. I find cooking quite relaxing. Noting like cooking some Baklava or Cheesecake after a stressful day of work! Or just dinner in general. Cooking is just far too fun to be hard! Though it can definitely take some practice.
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Posted 6/28/15
Cooking is easy if you take the time to learn it, but if you try to cook without knowing anything it might turn out to be awful
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Posted 6/28/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


IngramIV wrote:

Dude you know the cup noodles? Water and 2:30 minutes on microwave? yes I tried that, the sad part is that I didn't put water on it. The whole microwave smelled like burnt popcorn.
Sometimes I got my corn and flakes with milk and in 2 minutes after I prepared it and I did not begin eating it become squishy.


I put popcorn on the microwave for one minute. The thing turn pitch black. Me I can cook anything except popcorn


you need to stand there and watch until it's ready....works 100% for me.^^
Posted 6/28/15 , edited 6/28/15
Nope. Cooking is nice. I like to cook.
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Posted 6/28/15
Cooking is easy. Cooking well requires techniques and knowledge gained from experience.

Baking is hard. (especially at elevation)
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Posted 6/28/15
I cant cook at all because i wasnt really taught how to. I really dont know what i'm doing most of the time cooking and when I cook, it doesnt taste good. I mostly eat food outside of the house.
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