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How to Fool People into Thinking You’re a Good Cook / Vegan Recipes for Beginners

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12 thoughts on “How to Fool People into Thinking You’re a Good Cook / Vegan Recipes for Beginners

  1. Hahahahahaha too funny!!!
    I had some of my high school friends tell me…. wtf happened to you?! How do you cook so well?! You used to burn pizza in a microwave. Hahahaha…. little do they know…. I have a few simple tricks up my sleeve 😏😏 muahahahahahaahaha

  2. Hey Rose would you happen to know what would be a good substitute for sesame oil? I dont use oil in my cooking usually but if there isn’t an alternative I might make an exception for sesame oil because I love sesame stir fry.

    1. if you absolutely had to avoid sesame oil, maybe a little tahini? the oil is there for flavor. Sesame is a seasoning oil not a cooking oil but I respect your dietary restrictions.

    2. My guess would be a spoonful of (roasted is best for this) peanut butter, because it is stronger in flavor, but less processed. With sesame oil, even a small teaspoon will flavor your entire dish, so from a refined fat prospective it’s a very small amount for a LOT of flavor. Your choice!
      (Edit: I realized that you had directed this to Rose. Sorry to butt in! I’ll leave this up anyway. ^_^)

  3. Microwaving rice is my best rip for beginner cooks. 1 cup rice 1/2 cup water and microwave for 12 minutes in a large microwave safe container. It turns out perfectly every time and is quick so it’s easy to throw together a sushi or burrito bowl. You can also add other things, so sometimes when I’m in a rush I make Mexican rice in the microwave with 1 cup white rice, cumin, chilli, veggie stock, beans, corn- stir in some coriander and lime juice, top with some salsa, or guac and you’ve got a meal fully made in the microwave from things you can keep stored in the cupboard.

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