[nabs] beginner cooking and labeling
president.acbstudents at gmail.com
Mon Nov 1 14:13:24 GMT 2010
I would love to offer advice! I absolutely love to cook and bake. Are you
partially sighted or totally blind?
On Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 7:24 PM, <bookwormahb at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> When I have more money and a job I'll be out on my own. I'm trying to
> think of some beginner cooking things. I can do microwave or oven frozen
> dinners already. I can make cereal and fix frozen wafles/pancakes and can
> heat up things from cans such as mixed vegetables and soup. I also can make
> Ideally I'd cook from scratch because its healthier but I may not start
> Unfortunately I didn't learn as much as I needed at our rehab center in
> richmond; I felt we spent more time cleaning up and putting up dishes than
> Anyway, what packaged products are out there that you have used and require
> just a few steps such as adding water and cooking it in the oven?
> What is Hamburger Helper? I enjoy chicken a lot. What sauces and
> seasonings are out there for chicken? Do you have any simple recipies you'd
> How do you store left over products and determine when they go bad? We
> can't see mold. Can you rely on smell?
> Also what do you use for labeling products? I know about dimo tape. Some
> products I might use my vision and sense of smell to identify it.
> How do you tell when food is done? For example a hamburger patty?
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