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Author: Patrick Smith
The thing about learning how to cook is, it\'s very worthwhile but it takes time and money. You need to have the time to go through a cookbook for good recipes or look for them on the internet. Then you need to buy the ingredients you need, and possibly, especially when you\'re starting out on your own, you\'ll discover the recipe calls for equipment you might even not have yet.
And what if your cooking experiment turns out disappointing? Now you have all these herbs you\'re not so sure about, and half-used ingredients you need to think of something else to cook with. Either that or eat the same thing again the next day and hope for better results.
If you\'re young enough there\'s the benefit of being able to use your parents\' fully stocked kitchen, but it\'ll still take time and, depending on your age, you might need parental supervision. And when your parents are busy people who go for processed foods and the pre-cooked freezer food, who\'s going to take the time to teach you?
But good nutrition is go important, and cooking can be so much fun if only you could just do it easy and quick! Well, don\'t despair! At games.co.za we\'ve collected over 100 different cooking games for you. In these games you learn an easy quick and flexible recipe step by step. Just choose the game featuring a recipe that looks good to you and get started.
The game will instruct you on what ingredients to pick up first, how to chop, slice, dice up, pour in, or mash the ingredients. Ready preparing? Into the oven it goes! Playing the game is only a matter of minutes, and now you know how to do it for real. Many of these games are great for cooking inspiration.
The dishes are nice and easy and can easily be adapted to use the ingredients you like best. It\'s easy stuff that often any doesn\'t require precise measuring, and the ingredients are ones you probably already have lying around in the fridge: eggs, cheese, toast, that kind of stuff.
Of course, you can also just play these games for fun, because they\'re an entertaining and cost-free way to learn a bit about cooking! Go on and give it a try!
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