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I read this a while ago and I thought it was very clever and so true! So I wanted to share it with you guys ^_^


10 Things Cooking Has Taught Me About Life


1. Small gestures can make a big difference.


2. Cheap thrills are closer than you think.


3. Control is overrated.


4. Sing if you must, but quit thinking so much.


5. There are always second chances.


6. Substance beats style every time.


7. We all have what it takes to create something.


8. Communicate, any way you can.


9. Your instinct may not be the best, but it’s yours.


10. Less really is more.



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It's also taught me first aid procedures smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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So much gaz is used for cooking in Algeria I'm not surprised that first aid procedures is a cook's best friend. :yes:


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5. There are always second chances.

Not so much when you have a mom breathing down your neck to make you the perfect cook in preparation for your future with the in-laws :laughing: 

At the same time it teaches us that if our mothers didn't care about us they wouldn't bother to teach us smile 


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Not so much when you have a mom breathing down your neck to make you the perfect cook in preparation for your future with the in-laws :laughing: 

At the same time it teaches us that if our mothers didn't care about us they wouldn't bother to teach us smile 

 

funny and true.. it's how culture and tradition is passed down.. unfortunately Algerians are losing more and more of it due to the fact that the young generation no longer care for it or their priorities have changed to the worse :(


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well ... kooking taught me to call the fire department first.


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salam

 

 

Not so much when you have a mom breathing down your neck to make you the perfect cook in preparation for your future with the in-laws :laughing: 

At the same time it teaches us that if our mothers didn't care about us they wouldn't bother to teach us smile 

 

 

All of my friends who recently got married [in 2012] did not know how to cook and are learning now after marriage, cooking is really not what people choose a wife for anymore. But I do think mothers should teach their children [men and women] how to cook though. Esp now cuz many UNI students don't study where they live and cant live off fast-food forever lol.

 

 

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All you have to do is watch Fatafeat!!!