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Hope for the Future: Millennials' Attitudes Toward Cooking

Hope for the Future: Millennials' Attitudes Toward Cooking

Hold the presses: reports on the demise of home cooking may be exaggerated. Compared to older agegroups, Millennials actually enjoy cooking and have a keen interest in honing their culinary skills further.Millennials have a basic repertoire of dishes they're able to cook without a recipe -- but are interested inexpanding their range of dishes. For many Millennials, the act of cooking is more performative; they enjoycooking especially when having people over or for a dinner party.

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Source: Culture of Millennials report

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