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Sun Sep 4, 2016, 04:16 AM

4. I believe - to some degree

That it is done to prepare students for what it is like to work in a high-end kitchen. Chefs are notoriously rude and unrelenting. Their egos are amongst the worst of any industry.

Still, it wasn't completely miserable. Although there were days I took out my frustration by overbeating whipped cream by hand. I joke about it now. Like a badge of honor in survival skills.

I didn't go to work in a bakery or restaurant. I run my own "cottage" bake shop now. The skills that were ground in to me were well learned and truly appreciated. I love baking. When I don't have orders, my neighbors and my husband's staff become my very own test kitchen judges. I'm a feeder...what can I say.

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