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at your age, i can imagine why. in your early to mid-20s, some people are preoccupied with establishing a career, so cooking is the last priority on the list.
I learned to cook when I was 19. 🤷🏽♂️
@RHK36 true. life is not a timeline though, and nowadays, demands for entry-level jobs are a lot higher than they were a decade ago. a decade or two ago, a college education was like a gold badge that would make employers' eyes beam with delight. now they scoff if you have anything less than master's and two years of experience. priorities are changing. you have to first be able to afford the food that you are gonna cook with. i suppose you can make some time for cooking in your early 20s, but it is stressful to do everything at the same time. i think that once a person gets past 25 and still does not know how to cook some basic things, then it gets a little concerning.
I mean it's different for everyone. Everyone is on their own path. I was just answering from my perspective. I don't see cooking as a chore, but rather as stress relieving at times. Different strokes and all.