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5 Steps to Help You Fall in Love With (or at Least Not Loathe) Cooking

Step 1: Easy Does It

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Most people who claim they hate to cook simply lack the skills. If you struggle to boil water, well then yes, it’s a royal pain. However, the more adept you become in the kitchen, the less you will consider it a chore and the more you can celebrate life with good eats.
When you first started to exercise, I doubt you went to the nearest gym and followed an aggressive six-days-a-week training routine. Instead, maybe you started a walking program, and then, after awhile, perhaps you got a bike, and then somewhere along the line you progressed to weighted workouts.
Set a goal to plan and prepare at least a couple of dinners a week. One-dish meals are a good place to begin. The clean up is less and you can make a big batch for multiple meals. Soups and casseroles, especially this time of year, are a great place to start. Check out this Crock-Pot recipe to get you started.

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  1. I love this! So many people think they have to cook just like others, when it’s all about finding what works for you and what you love. Sharing now!