As a Disabled Cook, I Need Adaptable Recipes | Gabrielle Drolet
When it comes to food prep, I have to be honest with myself about what I’m capable of—and, more importantly, what I’m not.

I think the whole point of learning to cook is to craft the set of recipes you like and able to prepare in your environment.

Once you filter them out of thousands of recipes you can master those and with time be called a little chef of your social group.

Especially it’s true with disability: those sets of recipes are going to be very different from one disability to another let alone difference in region and ingredient availability.

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