Repetition Kills

You eat one rice today just to get the taste of it and how it is prepared. You eat rice tomorrow because you just want to eat left overs. You eat rice again the next day because your Haitian parents have cooked it again and you don’t know how to cook. You start to learn to cook, but you still continue to cook rice. What is happening to you? You are falling into the great tragedy of repetition, and it is killing your culinary skills. You may not care about it…

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