Your Birth Month is How Well You Cook

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6/10. Which is fair :lol: I don't particularly enjoy cooking - and although I can be quite decent/good, I also need a lot of proper guidance from a recipe!
(I'm more of a baker)
 

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Hmm. I'm a good cook when I get into it but can go days without feeling like cooking so maybe 4/10 is fair. :lol:
 

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2/10? My family would disagree! Haha! My culinary skills are one of the few domestic things about me.
 

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4/10, possibly. I can cook, but I don't like to.
My mom however is born in Oct. and she's definitely NOT a masterchef.
 

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If you asked my husband and kids they would say just stick to baking. :lol:
 

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Not accurate at all. My birthday is in April, and I am not a 2/10. I am a good cook. I enjoy cooking and experimenting with food, herbs and spices. If it was baking, I would say I'm a 2. I can't even perfect a Graham cracker crust!
 

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4/10 That's about right. I can sometimes reach a 6/10 but overall, 4/10 is about right. Everyone that I cook for will be fed, no one will go hungry, but there usually is nothing special or memorable about the food.
 
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