Get creative in the kitchen
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Get creative in the kitchen
Try a new dish with the ingredients you already have. Quarantine also affords the perfect opportunity to get into cooking by putting pantry staples to good use and testing out more ambitious recipes.
Creative cooking makes you feel good, it boosts creativity and happiness. Additionally, it also reduces negative emotions like stress and anxiety.

How to do it

  • While many consider cooking as a tedious task, it can be a therapy.
  • Try something creative in the kitchen. Try carving a vegetable, or try making a recipe you haven't tried.
  • Put on some music of your choice, this helps to boost your mood.
  • This accomplishment can boost your self-esteem.
  • Some cooking trends that have taken off during Covid-19 are: bread baking and cooking using only 3 ingredients such as Dalgona coffee or souffle omelette

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