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15 Bad Cooking Habits That Are Ruining Your Food

Eat This, Not That! Logo By Sarah Crow of Eat This, Not That! | Slide 1 of 16: There are few things better than a home-cooked meal, and nowadays, it seems like more people are actually spending more time cooking at home than ever before. In fact, a 2016 study found that home cooking is on the rise with both men and women, and thanks to the ever-expanding market for meal kits and grocery delivery services, it’s only getting easier.However, if you’re a home chef—whether you’re experienced or just learning the ropes in the kitchen—you might be making crucial cooking mistakes without realizing it, and it could be ruining your food. From serving soggy vegetables to cutting into food too fast, we’ve rounded up the cooking habits you need to stop now, so you can start making your meals better than ever. And if you’re looking for even more cooking tips, make sure you check out the 50 Life-Changing Kitchen Hacks That’ll Make You Enjoy Cooking!

15 Bad Cooking Habits That Are Ruining Your Food

There are few things better than a home-cooked meal, and nowadays, it seems like more people are actually spending more time cooking at home than ever before. In fact, a 2016 study found that home cooking is on the rise with both men and women, and thanks to the ever-expanding market for meal kits and grocery delivery services, it’s only getting easier.

However, if you’re a home chef—whether you’re experienced or just learning the ropes in the kitchen—you might be making crucial cooking mistakes without realizing it, and it could be ruining your food. From serving soggy vegetables to cutting into food too fast, we’ve rounded up the cooking habits you need to stop now, so you can start making your meals better than ever.  

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