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Does becoming a chef require you to travel?

I am new to the subject, so I am wondering if I would have to or just have the option of traveling... for some reason. Do you know anything about this? #cooking

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Eli’s Answer

Travelling is definitely NOT required for most chef positions. Some corporate chef roles like at hotels or large chain restaurants might have a little travel involved, but not all the time. Depending on the role it can be helpful to get out and see different foods in the world as part of the creative process though.

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Nour’s Answer

You have the opportunity to travel working as a traveling chef – and there are ways to do this, for example you need to have a background in cooking, either through industry experience or postsecondary education at a culinary institute/school.

But its not necessary to travel if you want to become a chef, but your work will fund your travel adventures, through working as a chef in a restaurant , hotel or a kitchen chain you will meet new people and give you the opportunity to cook in some unique locations.

Hope it helps, and good luck!
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