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    Karyl Lee

    Member since Oct 2002

    Chef #58786

    From United States

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    About Me

    I have over 18 yrs of experience as a natural foods chef with one health food store. I did my best to eliminate fats, excess sugars and sometimes animal products, depending on the requirements of customers.I sometimes taught limited classes for the public to engage them with what healthy eating can be like, so they weren't afraid it's all twigs, sticks, and berries--you know, granola! I believe in liberal use of spices and herbs, and I had some great stock to draw from where I worked.
    Now I am beginning a new career as a professional artist. It's going to take me a while to find my patronage, but I know it will happen. I've had one gallery hook-up, and am looking for more.
    I established a gallery online at www.yessy.com/KarylLee
    You can join that site through this link.
    http://www.yessy.com/127687526.html
    I am addicted to reading, love eclectic literature and web comics,a wide variety of music. I'm into swimming and walking for exercise.

    Recently in 2010 I've had the opportunity to return to teaching vegetarian cooking to a new group of students. I am finding that when I don't cook full time I can really enjoy teaching more. That helps me keep the foods timely and fresh and easy for students to replicate. I was thrilled at the most recent class to hear a student say how accessible she felt my dishes were, that she knew they would taste good for family and friends and be easy to make. That's the ideal to me!

    Favorite Foods

    Favorite foods probably have to be dark chocolate and sushi, although not together! I like Indian cuisine too, and wish to spend some time making more of it. I've only made my own speedy renditions of similar things, not the real article. Generally I like Asian cuisines, though I'll skip eating drunk shrimp any day:)
    My favorite restaurants in general are never chains, I like one of kind places with continuity and history, but that update their cuisines as times change.

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