The people that know me know, first and foremost that, beyond my enticing looks, soft curves and bubbly personality, there is a great cook in me, always ready to craft dishes that impress even the most doubtful of palates.
Even though most people (me included) would say that I’m a great cook, a lot of them don’t know that being a great cook comes from the passion for food and for creating new fantastic dishes by mixing and matching ingredients and seeing them transform right before our very eyes.
Cooking is a beautiful and very inspiring activity that goes beyond trying to fill someone’s stomach. Cooking is creativity and science all in one package and, when mingled together, they can truly expand the horizons of what tastes one is able to experience.
When I cook, it is not just a matter of making sure that the food tastes great but, it’s about creating an unforgettable experience and, I mean that as the final product and the process to achieve it as well.
The act of cooking is just as rewarding and enlightening as tasting the food itself and, in fact, it is actually quite therapeutic as well.
When someone is cooking, they are present, they are living in the moment and they are aware of the changes that are happening in the ingredients as the heat rises or the cold deepens.
Whether the recipe involves baking, frying, grilling, boiling or anything in between, it is always therapeutic in some way or another but, what exactly makes it therapeutic?
Cooking has several different kinds of therapeutic value for both the body, the mind and the soul.
In terms of its therapeutic value for the body, the answer is quite simple as to why that happens. Cooking requires control, it requires a steady hand and, some stamina and endurance as well. When cooking, one is moving from place to place, chopping ingredients, mixing them together, folding them, etc.
This is a great way to make the blood flow through the body as the joints and muscles are getting a nice workout at the same time.
In terms of the mind, cooking benefits sensory awareness and, also, memorization.
When it comes to sensory awareness, cooking has a great role to play here, after all, you have to be aware of the temperatures and how to not burn yourself, how to keep watch on the food and understand when it is cooked or not, among other things.
When it comes to memorization, it also directly ties it into sensory awareness because, at the end of the day, if you don’t know how long a turkey should be in the oven and, if you don’t remember to constantly check it, it might burn to a crisp or become extremely dry.
Cooking encourages creativity which can be a healing process in itself. When you’re feeling stuck in life or without any motivation for anything, being creative in one form or another can be truly therapeutic and, cooking is perfect for that.
The mixing of ingredients, the plating of the dish and everything in between truly calls for creativity on a level that is deep and exciting to the core.
Overall cooking is truly a healing activity that goes beyond the food itself and, that is definitely one of the reasons why I absolutely adore it.
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