I wasn’t always in the habit of home cooking. Working long hours meant that for years I would get home from work and settle for a ready meal or “treat myself” to a take away. It was only when I took the time to analyse my cooking style and come up with a plan that worked with me, instead of trying to change my ways, that I managed to overcome the obstacles to eating delicious homemade food without having to spend precious time in the kitchen. In this post I go in-depth into how I went about getting into the habit of cooking and important lessons I learned along the way.
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