Learning new skills and perfecting talents comes with a cost. If you have something you want to become better at, you need to put in the time and effort. I am not going to lie. My first time cooking with quinoa was a failure. It was bitter, soggy, and not good. I could not understand what all the hype was about! Over time I found lots of great recipes, learned lots of great tips, and cooked a whole bunch of quinoa! Now it is one of my favorite grains. I enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I think cooking, in general, is something that takes so much time and practice. Even with the perfect recipe, things are not always quite as they seem....but with practice they become perfect. You figure out little tweaks and adjustments along the way and find ingredients that build your menus. Practice makes perfect!!!
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