Cooking

Discussion in 'Professional Chefs' started by parvin paro, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. parvin paro

    parvin paro

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    A formal cooking education and learning is a have to if you desire to make food preparation your profession. Not just will you find out a large range of foods and various ideas and strategies about meals with a degree or certification from a cooking school, however you will likewise most likely beginning in a greater position.

    Obviously, lots of people do train on the task, however the downside is that you will be exposed to just one sort of food that the bistro serves, and it will take you longer to find out all the methods connected with the various tasks in a kitchen area.
     
  2. petemccracken

    petemccracken

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    IMHO, food preparation is a vocation, not a profession!

    Now, if you are referring to the management of a food production facility, the vocation tends to become more professional.
     
     
  3. squirrelrj

    squirrelrj Banned

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    I think you meant to reply to the thread about going to school  vs. getting your education in a kitchen.

    also, is this still the professional forum?
     
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2013