I have been dancing with the idea of becoming a chef and what I have noticed when I tell people I am considering if they are ready to discourage me from it which isn't going to help me with my current situation in life right now since I am looking for a career and change the life I had before. So I discovered that George Brown has an assitant cook training program for people on disability so I thought I woudl take advantage of being diagnosis with a disability and apply to the program and it's free paid by the government. and maybe those people who were discouraging me from being a chef will stop talking. I posted here to get some perspetive and advice from potential chef and chefs about becoming a chef. my cooking experience is limited mostly home cooking for myself and watching food network and other cooking shows. What drew me to cooking was the upset of having horrible food on low budget. it shouldn't be that way.