This course will walk you through the best recommendations for which cookware equipment to invest in.
Benefits of taking this course include:
- Unlimited and lifetime access to the course
- Learn the course at your own pace
- Course can be accessed on any platform
- 24/7 Customer support
My goal is for you to feel equipped to make savvy, resourceful choices with building your kitchen. That each time you cook, you think “I’m so glad I have this.”
This course will walk you through the best recommendations for which cookware equipment to invest in, so you spend your money wisely; Then we get into what basic ingredients to keep stocked in your kitchen so you can always put together a flavorful, simple, nutritious meal without relying on a recipe every time you want to cook; and finally, we talk about what to do if you don’t get around to using your fresh food or to eating your cooked food.
The course does not get into specific food preparation nor does it provide recipes or cooking techniques. It does, however, show HOW to use the recommended cookware.
The information in the course is based on equipment and ingredients typical to the US, however, I’ve tried to keep it basic enough that it can translate to any country/culture.
This course is set up to watch it once and have a better grasp of your options and how to make strategic decisions. You will feel equipped to buy what you need and avoid being distracted by what you don’t really need (no matter how nifty is looks/sounds!). As I update the course with new information, you’ll be notified to take part in the updates.
If you’re starting a new diet, this course is extremely important to helping you stay ON TRACK with the best equipment to make cooking easier, quicker, and tastier. Your health will increase due to eating fresher foods, especially increasing your vegetable intake. This course is even beneficial to vegetarians, where cooking vegetables is a huge component to staying energized and healthy.
Entrepreneurs, freelancers, web designers, coders, work from home-ers – this course was made for you. You sit at a desk all day, most likely at home, and your creativity is paramount. Be efficient with your time in the kitchen and invest in yourself with cooking.
At the end of the day, eating is a necessity of life and it heavily affects health and happiness. The only way to control what you eat is to fix it yourself. With food being so important to life, make the effort to enjoy the process. Start your lifelong relationship with food and cooking with this course.
This Cooking Equipment For Novice Cooks course will cover the following topics:
Section 1 - Set Your Foundation
- Bonus: Bowled Over eBook – How To Make Meals In Bowls
- Welcome To Cooking Essentials!
- What To Look For When Shopping For Cookware
- The Best Metals For Cooking
- How Construction Of Cookware Impacts How Well You Cook
Section 2 - All About Equipment
- Stovetop Recommendations
- The Deal With Cast Iron
- Oven Equipment
- Baking And Roasting
- Countertop Appliances
- My Kitchen: Part 1
- My Kitchen: Part 2
- How To Cook On Stainless Steel Cookware
- Which Comes First: Heating The Pan Or Adding The Oil?
- The Deal With Non-Stick Cookware
Section 3 - Accessorize!
- Other Helpful Accessories
- Additional Notes
Section 4 - Shopping Lists
- For Online Shopping
- Shopping Or Registry Checklist
- Tiny Apartment Shopping List
Section 5 - What To Cook
- Introduction: Food To Keep Around
- Dry Goods
- Refrigerator Must-Haves
- Stock Your Freezer
- Helpful Condiments To Keep On Hand
- Fresh Produce To Keep Around
- Notes For Section 5
- Master Grocery List
Section 6 - Cooking
- Recommended Recipe Books
Section 7 - Course Wrap-Up
- Sources For Section 1 And 2
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for anyone who is interested in learning about which cooking equipment to use and invest on.
No prior knowledge is required to take this course.
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