People start life as authentic. They start to change when different situations cause them to be an outsider. We emulate our surroundings to become accepted by one group. We change to fit other people’s tastes, but sometimes don’t even recognize who we are. I am exploring the depths of code-switching and linguistic profiling on a person. What better way to navigate these waters than through cooking? Learning what you need in order to become palatable!
This tutorial video and recipe book, “Sugar-Coated,” will equip people to get through life’s most “interesting” moments. This recipe book will enlighten, yet you will hunger for more. To be culturally acceptable, we must gain the ingredients and learn processes that help us “fit into a mold” and become more desirable. The more artificial flavors people gain, the less natural they become. With a closer look at ourselves, do we recognize who we are?