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  • Yes, it's a great skill to have

    Boys should learn to cook because they need to be self-sufficient. Cooking is a basic necessity that both teen age boys and girls should learn because in today's world not too many teenagers know how to cook.
    Once the kids move out of the house and are on their own how are they going to eat with out relying on fast food all the time.
    Not only is cooking a skill that all of us should know how, at least the basics of cooking but it is nice to be able to do a family recipe that has been around in your family and you might want to pass it down to your own kids.
    Cooking is just not cooking, its more than that, it is nurturing, comforting and for most moms(even though cooking can be a drag) cooking is a way to bring closeness, togetherness and love to the family table.
    When you cook for some one else other for your self you want to follow the recipe or do it right because you're showing to them that they mean something to you and that you took the time preparing a meal because you care.
    Cooking is also a way to pass down family traditions and your own family history is being pass down from generation to generation.
    Cooking is teaching someone how and it is a knowledge that is passed down from parent to child or teacher to student
    and you make a bond with that person so in a way cooking is a way to bring people together

  • Yes, it's a great skill to have

    Boys should learn to cook because they need to be self-sufficient. Cooking is a basic necessity that both teen age boys and girls should learn because in today's world not too many teenagers know how to cook.
    Once the kids move out of the house and are on their own how are they going to eat with out relying on fast food all the time.
    Not only is cooking a skill that all of us should know how, at least the basics of cooking but it is nice to be able to do a family recipe that has been around in your family and you might want to pass it down to your own kids.
    Cooking is just not cooking, its more than that, it is nurturing, comforting and for most moms(even though cooking can be a drag) cooking is a way to bring closeness, togetherness and love to the family table.
    When you cook for some one else other for your self you want to follow the recipe or do it right because you're showing to them that they mean something to you and that you took the time preparing a meal because you care.
    Cooking is also a way to pass down family traditions and your own family history is being pass down from generation to generation.
    Cooking is teaching someone how and it is a knowledge that is passed down from parent to child or teacher to student
    and you make a bond with that person so in a way cooking is a way to bring people together

  • Yes, it's a great skill to have

    I love cooking and it's not some secret I hide in fear of losing my masculinity. Being able to cook for yourself saves a staggering amount of money over constantly ordering out, it can impress people, it's genuinely fun and it just tastes better! There are enough world class male chefs out there that this really shouldn't be an issue anymore, there is zero shame in knowing what to do in a kitchen.

  • Yes, boys should learn to cook

    I believe that if boys learn how to cook they can gain a bigger appreciation for food and see how it would like to be if you were to live by yourself and cook for yourself. Cooking can help you gain creativity and prepare yourself for the life of an adult.

  • Boys and men need to know how to feed themselves

    Yes, boys certainly need to learn to cook. They don't have to be great at it like professional chefs, but they do have to be able to feed themselves. What's the alternative? Always eating out? Always relying on a woman? That's plain pathetic. A man who stays hungry because he can't fry an egg is not a real man.

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