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Food creates a greater effect on us than just satisfying our hunger. Sharing the same food builds trust, dining together builds stronger relationships, and cooking food together builds communities that are strong and more united.
More than half of Americans (53 percent) feel they have less knowledge and fewer cooking skills today than their mothers and grandmothers had in the past.
96 percent of parents in the U.S. feel it is important that their children know how to cook or bake, and children who help their
parents cook are also much more likely to try healthy foods they help create.
Every meal you cook will teach you something new about tastes, world cultures, flavors and boost your creativity. We are on a mission to strengthen families and communities through cooking, communication and collaboration.
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