First and foremost, cooking together provides children with a chance to interact, form bonds, and cooperate. They have the chance to converse and learn about one another's interests because they are in small groups of 4-5 students. . They can also make mistakes together—like burning the rice—and learn from them.
The students thereafter acquire “soft skills” such as problem-solving, accountability, independence, social abilities, and creativity. The students occasionally have to figure out how to still prepare the dish after we substitute for or “take away” an ingredient. To create the best cuisine, the students try hard to speak with one another and work together. The students have received the identical recipes and ingredients at multiple meetings, yet the meals always turn out drastically differently.