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Alongside the internet of course, stand hundreds of cookbooks which also offer cooking advice. The advantage of a cook book stored in your kitchen is quick, direct reference when needed at your fingertips. Other types of media which may offer valuable cooking advice are magazines, talk show segments and cooking channels. Many people record their favorite cooking advice programs for later reference or may go online to obtain a recipe or transcript if they found the cooking advice helpful.
However, cooking advice mainly comes from word of mouth. Many cooks learned the majority of recipes and helpful hints from family members, friends and co-workers. In fact, passed down recipes and cooking advice may lend insight to the heritage or culture of your own family as well as a means of carrying on familial traditions. In addition to gaining valuable cooking advice, learning family cooking traditions may strengthen familial bonds as well as providing one on one time with loved one.
Irregardless of where one finds cooking advice, any professional chef will tell you cooking is an art that combines experimentation, an inquisitive palate and inevitably, some failure along the way. Most cooking advice is gained through the trial and error of others and can allow you to avoid pitfalls by duplicating others' mistakes.
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