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What are some important things I should know working in the culinary area?

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Athulya’s Answer

Hello Kaysean
It great that you already took your first step in trying in explore more about your interest. Now that you know culinary arts is something you to learn, start asking yourself clearly what aspect of culinary arts interests you? Is it food processing industry or hospitality sector? Like the processing part also have product formulating alike chef's new recipe development but the work in both areas are worlds apart. People who like cooking and like food industries choose being a part of new product development of that organisation. While the one's who feel satisfied about cooking and serving in restaurants choose being a chef. Hope you find your area of passion with more search 😊
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LaTecia’s Answer

Key practice is look up your dream career job description.
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Joe’s Answer

Hello Kaysean
Hope this finds you well, the first thing to know is that the culinary industry is not just, baking or cooking, it involves a lot of customer service and knowledge of flavor combinations, most chefs have an culinary education background, have had a mentor or both in the industry, you may find this funny but even a role as a cook in a fast food environment will give you basic and important skills needed
my best advice would be to never give up reaching for your dream, gather as much knowledge from anyone in the industry, knowledge, specific tricks, techniques in making dishes, tips can be found everywhere, TV shows, YouTube, a 5 star restaurant chef to the food vendor in the corner so don't hesitate to ask and learn, if you can pursue an education in the art go for it, most colleges offer classes, finally do focus on one specific specialty, BUT make sure you do cater to all palates, this will make you a more rounded Chef.
Best of luck
Thank you comment icon Thank you, this is really helpful. kaysean
Thank you comment icon Amazing answer! Flávia Kochem
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