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  1. J

    Tips on surving long period double shift

    That's what I thought as well. Thanks for the advice. I'll see if I can organise the schedule a bit better.
  2. J

    Tips on surving long period double shift

    An example at the moment is. I would get Monday off and work from Tuesday until Sunday. The day start at 6:30 breakfast shift: start with baking and general preps and service. Finish up at 3 with an 1 hour and a half before next shift which start at 430 and finish at 1130. The evening shift is...
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    Tips on surving long period double shift

    Hi Chefs, I have been in the industry for a few years. I have always done heaps of double shift with no problems. However, last year i manage to get a balance lifestyle with breakfast shift. I would be starting travelling the country next month to do stages and put myself in uncomfortable...
  4. J

    It is even possible to have healthy Diet as a cook?

    Thanks, looks like there's no other way. I guess discipline is the only way.
  5. J

    It is even possible to have healthy Diet as a cook?

    I love this industry to bit. But, one things always frustrate me is the temptation to over indugle on booze and good food. Working within this industry booze, drug, food is never to far away. I felt it's a constant pressure to try new food from new places to keep yourself aware of what is...
  6. J

    Would culinary school be worth the trouble for non qualified chef?

    Hi, thanks for that advice. I think I might try the old fashion way of learning on the job first and see how we go.
  7. J

    Would culinary school be worth the trouble for non qualified chef?

    I have recently closed my burger bar last year. I still have interest in pursuing a career in cooking. My level of cooking is currently at commis level but with no qualification. I have look at culinary school and do you guys think is worth it to go back to school or should I just continue...
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