Beginners Guide To Cooking – Learn The Basics

By | November 27, 2017

There are a ton of videos out there that teach you, in a short amount of time, how to do one or two things but when it comes to really learning the basics for someone who doesn’t know anything, it is hard to find proper direction.

For this video I wanted to do something different than our other videos. I have created a long form video to help anyone that doesn’t know much about cooking, or anything at all, get into cooking. Basic techniques or holding a knife, seasoning food, cutting vegetables, marinating meat, making sauces, plating dishes, and so forth.

The goal is that by watching this video you will come to see that cooking is really quite simple and that it doesn’t take much effort at all, just some time, some love, and some fun.

Please feel free to share this with anyone that may be interested, perhaps someone that has always wanted to cook but never thought they could. Remember cooking is easy and if you put in the time it will be an extremely rewarding experience.
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20 thoughts on “Beginners Guide To Cooking – Learn The Basics

  1. Y&S FOOD!

    Fantastic Piece! Up here at Y&S FOOD! we admire to get this in our feeds. We make Travel & Food series and we are now consistently looking into latest inputs as well as options. Thank you!

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  2. WondersNassiri

    Do yourself a favor and don't watch this video. After having virtually no cooking knowledge I watched this video and am now a great cook, but now people are constantly visiting my house for dinner, my other bros keep begging me to teach classes, and my girlfriend proposed to me twice. Thanks a lot.

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  3. Mikolaj Ochocki

    I swear that before he puts everything he makes on the plate, it will be empty because he munches on everything ever second

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  4. Nichole Huddleston

    I clicked on this thinking it was 15 minutes long and before I knew it I was at the 25 Minute mark.. Lol I really enjoyed the video. Subbed… Loved the video.

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  5. Ali Priano

    Woah! I never knew you could just put a paper towel in the pan when it’s extremely hot like that and it wouldn’t immediately engulf it in flames 😂 that blew my mind hahah

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  6. Hankus Loubser

    dude you are classic!! id love to collaborate with you on a show sometime… get on it!

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  7. Rand U

    as a real novice, i usually cook stuff in a frying pan and then add the various things to the final pot.   am i making a huge mistake?     does the food taste better when cooked in the same pan/pot one after the other or does it not matter?     thanks.    (ps i love your videos.    very down to earth and very helpful.)

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  8. Modern BoreFare

    If you just have chilli seeds on the board, don't put them in…
    Chilli seeds are bitter, and do not add anything nice to the flavour of a dish. If anything, you'll want to remove as many as you can.
    There is a myth that the all heat of a chilli is in the seeds. The heat comes from capsaicin, most of which is in the placenta of a chilli (the White pithy substance around the seeds and along the chilli wall.

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  9. Red Rocket

    Wow! Absolutely amazed by how easy and enjoyable this was to watch! Thank you very much for sharing this with me.

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  10. Haj

    Thank's a lot for taking the time to make this video. Most people trying to start cooking like myself don't really know where to and just follow recipe's to the dot.

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  11. thumb red

    know this is an old vid, but I love em, maybe it is your charisma or your laid back attitude but I learn a lot from you that 99.9% of other videos lack. Imo.

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  12. geewhiz747

    How important is it to use a wooden board vs a plastic cutting board?

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  13. Charlotte Hardwick

    Your skill is too obvious to mention, However, you are as tender and an experienced lover with a virgin. Thank you. It has been along time. You are wonderful. Believe me. I know.

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