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Have you ever gotten halfway through cooking a meal only to realise that you don’t know how long it takes to roast a potato?

By the time you’ve done a Google search and scrolled to the crucial information you need, the chicken has burnt, the side salad has gone soggy, and you’re left wondering why you even bother. Well, we’ve all been there!

Everyone is a basic cook at one point in their life, and it’s a steep learning curve. But you need to keep at it. Because once you’ve mastered the basics of roasting, boiling, scrambling and steaming, you can cook (almost) anything.

Yes, the food you get in restaurants and from takeaway shops is (often) delicious but more often than not it’s because they pack the meals with obscene amounts of oil, fat, salt and sugar.

So, knowing how to cook for yourself will improve your life in so many ways! Especially as understanding the basic principles of cooking is essential to anyone who wants to prioritise their health.

Because, once you’ve learnt how to make pasta sauce from scratch, you’ll never pay for a salty, sugary, additive filled supermarket bottle again.

And once you’ve mastered cooking a tender chicken breast with just a few simple herbs and spices and a side salad with a homemade dressing, you’ll wonder why you ever spent so much money (and calories) on dirty old Nando’s.

  1. 5 Benefits of home cooking
  2. The 5 tastes
  3. Pantry essentials
  4. Protein
  5. Grains
  6. Potatoes
  7. Dressings
  8. Eggs
  9. Vegetables