How To Cook: 5 Best Resouces Available Online

Learning how to cook comes as no surprise that over the COVID-19 period that many people have taken a passion for cooking and baking.
But, where does this skill start? Does it come from curiosity, passion, a hobby
Comment below for your struck interest.
There are a countless number of ways that you can learn and train yourself to be better. A tonne of resources is available to make the most of. As we are currently in unprecedented times, online has gone right out of the roof. In addition, a lot of people have taken a love towards blogs, recipe lists, YouTube videos and more.
Without further ado, we will introduce you to 5 epic resources. These will allow you to learn and create awesome vegetarian and vegan meals.

1. Kindred

Kindred is an inspired Vegan who is also a university student. She out there creating amazing content to allow people to discover how simple veganism can be. She’s always creating content around nutritious and balanced vegan recipes that you can enjoy on a day to day basis.
Her YouTube channel consists of her journey as a vegan as well as delicious recipes you can learn from. Kindred displays in her comments about how she can assist and motivate you on your journey too. Get in touch with her through her comments, I’m sure she can help put together a meal plan for you too! – Get those nutritious gains in!
Discover her awesome videos on ‘What I Eat In A Day’ and ‘Recipes’ as displayed on her YouTube feature page.

2. HappyCow

HappyCow is a very popular website that’s designed for people who are looking for vegan or vegetarian places to eat. They’re a strong community around this. On their blog, they post regular updates with new recipes you can leverage and create with. With all the curiosity in the world, feel free to adjust, adapt or even improve these recipes with your own flare.
The HappyCow blog has an incredible amount of content that you can read through, learn from.

3. The AvantGarde Blog & Channel – Gaz Oakley

Creator Gaz Oakley is a chef that has produced a tremendous amount of content across his blog and website. His niche specialises around Vegans and being able to create mouth-watering dishes to enjoy.
Gaz Oakley has also written several recipe books for you to buy and try at home. With his slick style, fresh ingredients and finesse, he won our hearts over a long time ago.

4. Gordon Ramsay – How To Cook Techniques

Although Gordon Ramsay is not vegan or a vegetarian. He has an untold amount of skill that he uses to produce the dishes that he does. Through his videos, you can learn a lot about using a knife, seasoning your ingredients, cooking techniques and more. It’s the application part that we want to focus on.
There’s no doubt that he has set a precedence in the industry but he is a great mentor through his videos and Twitter feed.
Learn from Gordon about how to cook, which techniques to adapt like a pro.

5. Massimo Bottura

Massimo is hyperactive on his Instagram. He’s always showing what he is working on, the preparations he is making as well as quick tips and techniques you can learn. Of course, it is all in the patience and learning element of these skills. Don’t worry if you don’t get it right the first time, it’s important to learn where things went wrong.

Are you ready to elevate?

“Anyone can cook” – Chef Gusteau, Ratatouille
In the hit movie Ratatouille, Gusteau has a quote that “Anyone can cook” if you think about it, it’s true.
It all comes from the curiosity of wanting to be better, the exploration of ingredients and spices to elevate your dishes. Learn from the top 5 people we’ve listed above to enhance your cooking skills, diet plans and prepare for your new awesome creations.
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