And so could be your cooking (yes, really!)
Exotic yet modest, the warm spiciness of cardamom is deliciously fragrant and surprisingly versatile: Much loved in Middle Eastern and South Asian cuisines, cardamom adds spice and depth to stews and curries, and a subtly reassuring perfume to rice dishes and baked goods. Add a pinch of cardamom to your kitchen attitude, and unleash the vibrant cook you secretly long to be!
I know, I know, this may sound like the wrong quiz result... but wait! From your answers I know that you don't really cook and you are OK with that. I get it... cooking seems like a lot of hassle, and what others cook for you - at home or in a restaurant - tastes so much better than anything you could cook anyway.
Yet, you are someone who does enjoy food, so sometimes you secretly wonder... what if... you could get into cooking one day?... That's why you took the quiz, right?
In the age of celebrity chef culture, food porn, competition cooking, foodie reverence and oversupply of recipes we easily forget that preparing food to nourish ourselves and our loved ones is an innate human instinct. If we could only turn down all the noise, brush aside all those shoulds and have-tos, and simply focus on taste and nourishment, cooking naturally becomes a lot less stressful and a lot more fun!
It only takes a small but powerful shift in mindset, a bit of practice (and a good pinch of cardamom!) to fall in love with cooking!