How to prep up for cooking classes

One of the best things that you can learn to do in
your life is to learn how to cook. Cooking is a life
skill that you will need all throughout your life and
you will never be at a disadvantage if you know how to
cook.

That is why cooking classes are pretty popular
especially during summer with young students and
during schooldays with mommies who want to improve
their cooking skills.

If you have already enrolled in a cooking class and
you are worried that you may not know as much as your
classmate about cooking, get over the thought. You
enrolled in the class to learn so who cares if your
classmate knows more than you. He or she would have
wasted their tuition fee if that is the case.

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Still, there is no harm in preparing for the cooking
class and making sure that you have all that you need
to make the cooking class easier and more fun for you.
Here are some tips.

1. Bring notebook and pen or a tape recorder

If you do not have a photographic memory, then it is
best to bring a pen and a notebook when you go to
class. This will help you keep up with what the
teachers is saying in the class.

If you have a tape
recorder, this is much better as it will be able to
capture much of what your teachers are saying unlike
with writing notes when you are held back by how fast
you can write down the words. If you are a slow writer
and you know it, then a recorder is the best option
for you.

2. Do illustrations. You may not be the best artist in
the world and you may not even be able to draw a
straight line even if your life depended on it, but
illustrations will help you a lot especially when
remembering the steps that you have to take to prepare
the food.

Drawing the procedures will help jog your
memory about the process and it will also clear up the
procedure for you, something that words will not be
able to. If you do have a video camera, ask your
teacher if you can tape the session.

Do not do this
unless they have consented because 90% of the time,
they will not allow it for fear that it will be mass
produced and sold to other people.

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3. Sleep early When you go to your cooking class, you
want to be at least awake and alert to really learn
from what the teachers is saying. If you had a late
night the previous night, what the teachers are saying
may not register well to you.

If that is the case,
then you should prepare for the possibility and bring
a recorder. You may not be very awake to listen to the
teachers but at least you have a tape recorder to do
the listening to you.

4. Ask questions The best way to learn is to make sure
that you have understood everything that the teacher
was saying. If you do not understand any of the
procedures that he or she is teaching, then don’t
hesitate to ask questions and clarify.

After all, you
are preparing for the cooking class and you have the
right to really learn the lesson.

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