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The Type of Cook You Are…

by on Mar.25, 2009, under Cooking, food

…determines how healthy your cooking is. Interesting findings present in this New York Times article. Here’s an excerpt on the five types of cooks:

“Giving” cooks (22 percent) are enthusiastic about cooking and specialize in comfort food, particularly home-baked goodies.

“Methodical” cooks (18 percent) rely heavily on recipes, so their cooking is strongly influenced by the cookbook they use.

“Competitive” cooks (13 percent) think less about health and more on making the most impressive dish possible.

“Healthy” cooks (20 percent) often serve fish and use fresh ingredients, but taste isn’t the primary goal.

“Innovative” cooks (19 percent) like to experiment with different ingredients, cooking methods and cuisines, a process that tends to lead to more healthful cooking.

It’s further interesting to note that, although giving cooks think they are cooking healthy food, they are the least healthy of all types. Food for thought (sorry, that just came out).

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