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Re: The definition of I can cook

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Originally Posted by davidpm View Post
So if you saw "Can Cook" on someones sailing resume what level of cooking skills would you expect.
Yes, you cant cook.
Part of being able to cook is cooking things you dont like. (Hi I'd like a job as a cook but I only cook vegitarian)

Why dont you do a cooking course and learn to cook?

And.... imho anyone that says that in stormy weather they have to revert to sandwiches, frozen dinners or MREs is letting the side down! They are not cooking when the crew really neeeds hot high energy food. I love cooking at sea I haven't actually killed anyone yet and nobody has complained while I hold the meat cleaver...

Learn to cook, and do so at sea in all weather and you will be a better crew/capatain/owner etc.

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