The Science of Cooking

La cocina es una de las primeras actividades que nació en la historia, no? Lo primero que hicieron los humanos fue comer. Durante la historia ha ido dialogando con otras disciplinas, la cocina es cocina pero dialoga con la mayoría de disciplinas. Salud, arte, ciencias diseño ecología sociología.

Yo creo que en casa hay que hacer lo lógico. Solo cocinar lo que se puede cocinar. Yo creo que nos equivocamos en día a día en querer hacer cosas complicadas que no tienes ni el tiempo ni los recursos.

Translation:  Cuisine and cooking is one of the first things in history – in the history of mankind. It’s something that we’ve been doing forever, so throughout history you’ll find as well that it’s created a dialogue with other disciplines like science, health, design, sustainability.

I think that at home we should do what is logic. Only cook what you can cook. I think we make the daily mistake of thinking we can make complicate things when we don’t have the time nor the resources.

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