Thanks for the advice.
I know the Red Seal is not a good indicator of the quality cook or chef that you are.
I've just noticed a lot of places like retirement communities and prisons that REQUIRE it before they even look at you for a job.
It turns out that those jobs are the better paying...
Alright so I recently finished my 6000 hours for my apprenticeship back in august and i booked my red seal exam straight away.
I took the test a few days ago and i failed by 1 mark.... 1% Personally i found the test very obscure and vague.
A few examples below
What is the proper brewing...