Learning to cook really isn’t easy. If you’re one of the many people who relied on their parents to cook all of their meals as a kid, then you’re basically starting out at zero in the kitchen when it comes to cooking skills. Heck, even if you are somewhat familiar with cooking, certain dishes and meals are far too daunting despite how much you want to make them.
But there is help, no matter your skill level as a chef, Texture’s magazine subscription service is the answer. Almost like a digital newsstand, Texture provides you with instant access to a wide range of magazines. When you consider just how many of Texture’s titles are food-based, then you can begin to see how the digital magazine library will help you improve your cooking skills.
Allow me to explain in-depth with the seven ways Texture will seriously up your cooking game, with all points below.
You’ll never have to think “what’s for dinner?”
Quite honestly, the hardest thing about cooking is knowing what to cook. That isn’t ever really a problem with a subscription to Texture. With over thirty food and cooking magazine titles that come out with new issues every month, you’ll have more than enough recipes to last you through the month.
Enjoy a digital archive with thousands of recipes
And if you ever do need more recipes (or just want to re-use), Texture also gives you the handy ability of being able to check out the back-issues of next to all of its titles. That provides you with an near-limitless supply of recipes and meal ideas, plus the ability to dive into the issues of your favourite magazine you wouldn’t be able to get anywhere else.
The pros will be helping you learn to cook
As great of a cook as your mom might be, she (or whoever you asked for cooking advice) probably isn’t the best teacher. I know mine purposefully withholds information so I can never make a dish as good as she does. All the authors of Texture’s many cooking magazines won’t take that approach, as it’s pretty much their job to provide you with quality cooking tips. Plus, with the added information and features included in the digital version of certain magazines, you’ll be getting even more help in the kitchen.
You’ll always be up-to-date on the latest food trends
Just like fashion, the culinary world goes through trends and fads. Smoothie bowls may be big one week, then chia seeds the next, with summer salads taking precedence a short time later. Since Texture’s food magazines are constantly updated, you’ll be in-the-know on every upcoming food trend, helping you become a more versatile cook that can create the dishes everyone is searching for.
Different magazines will help you discover new cuisines
French, vegan, gluten-free, South Asian; the list of cooking styles and cuisines is ever-ongoing, with more always on the horizon. Getting familiar with all of these different ways to cook can be daunting, but the task is made much easier with this service.
You’ll always have access to all sorts of culinary information
One of the coolest features of Texture (in my not-so-humble opinion) is its cross-device capabilities. In simpler terms, you can log into your Texture subscription on almost any digital device, from your computer to your smartphone to your tablet. Tie in Texture’s offline features and you veritably have access to a wealth of culinary info at any given moment.
Everything is free for the first 30 days
Yes, you read that right, you can enjoy all of the aforementioned benefits of having a Texture subscription for 30 days, at zero charge. That’ll give you a serious boost in the kitchen for about a month, and by the end you can choose whether or not you want to continue your subscription. No doubt that will give you enough time to showcase the perks of being a cook with Texture and you can continue to improve your cooking skills.