Hello, all. I'm an amateur home cook that's looking for a book to help with learning how to use food as opposed to a book of recipes. I've looked up some threads with similar questions; many were pretty old, and I wanted to ask for exactly what I was going for. I want to learn about how to use different ingredients and cooking techniques. For example, if I have chicken breast I'd like to know all the different cooking methods for it, and how to do it without looking up temperatures, cooking times, etc. I have the book "Salt Fat Acid Heat" by Samin Nosrat, and I love it. That's the kind of thing I want, where it teaches concepts instead of recipes, but I'm hoping for something a little more far-ranging. My goal is being able to walk into a kitchen, see what I have, and know how to use it without looking up a recipe. What do you think would get me closest to what I'm looking for? Thanks!