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¿quieres ser un verdadero chef?✅

¿Chef o cocinero?, ¿Son lo mismo? Seguramente tú también te has hecho esas preguntas y la respuesta es que no lo son y aquí te mostraremos cuáles son las diferencias entre ambos. Además, si quieres saber los rasgos de personalidad que caracterizan a un Chef, toma nota de lo que sigue.✅

Comencemos hablando de los cocineros, son todos aquellos que se dedican al ámbito de la comida, ya sea porque estudiaron una carrera relacionada con la cocina o porque aprendieron el oficio a través de la experiencia. Para ser un cocinero se requiere amar la cocina, conocer los ingredientes, la receta adecuada y tener la disposición para preparar las comidas que tanto disfrutas.

Queremos ayudarte con tu crecimiento culinario visita nuestros blog de COCINA FACIL, de BEBIDAS y un estupendo blog de CAFE. ✅
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