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26th Feb '17 8:24:20 AM JohnnyHuang
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** Hinako Ninomiya is a lesser-known example. She only tries to cook once (in an attempt to impress Soun's daughters by volunteering to make breakfast), only to end up burning the food.
-->'''Ranma''': I guess Akane had been cooking again?
-->'''Akane''': EXCUSE ME?!
16th Feb '17 5:30:22 PM gjjones
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* ''LightNovel/SeireiTsukaiNoBladeDance'':

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25th Dec '16 8:34:54 PM BattleMaster
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** Kimihito is clearly the only character who ''can'' cook, but most of the others either aren't interested in cooking, don't know how to cook, or serve up something bland and uninteresting[[note]]Though it is implied that Centorea is a competent cook, her taste buds are far more sensitive than the rest of the cast's because she's an herbivore, meaning they tend to find her food very bland[[/note]]. Miia, however, is firmly in lethal chef territory, with a bad habit of cooking fish skeletons into every dish. While it's meant to be justified since her species has a poor sense of taste and she can't know how bad her cooking is, one notorious meal she served up knocked someone unconscious through smell alone. She also has a tendency to toss in ingredients just because they look or sound similar to what she's making: she tried making white rice and added white onion, white fish, and white chocolate to feed to Kimihito when he got sick. Fortunately for him, [[ExtremeOmnivore Suu]] ate it before Miia got the chance.

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** Kimihito is clearly the only character who ''can'' cook, but most of the others either aren't interested in cooking, don't know how to cook, or serve up something bland and uninteresting[[note]]Though it is implied that Centorea is a competent cook, her taste buds are far more sensitive than the rest of the cast's because she's an herbivore, meaning they tend to find her food very bland[[/note]].bland. Also, as stated she's an herbivore while the rest of the cast is either an omnivore or in Miia's case a carnivore and thus don't find her tendency to just serve salads to be terribly interesting[[/note]]. Miia, however, is firmly in lethal chef territory, with a bad habit of cooking fish skeletons into every dish. While it's meant to be justified since her species has a poor sense of taste and she can't know how bad her cooking is, one notorious meal she served up knocked someone unconscious through smell alone. She also has a tendency to toss in ingredients just because they look or sound similar to what she's making: she tried making white rice and added white onion, white fish, and white chocolate to feed to Kimihito when he got sick. Fortunately for him, [[ExtremeOmnivore Suu]] ate it before Miia got the chance.
17th Dec '16 10:33:22 AM nm3youtube
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** In the Sun and Moon series, Ash and Pikachu attempted to cook when Kukui was out, but Ash ''really'' needed proper instructions, and the [=RotomDex=]'s instructions left a lot to be desired... including how much salt and pepper is the right amount. Its failure to clarify what to flambé something means probably didn't help either. The result was an inedible purple mess that Pikachu didn't even attempt to eat and which produced ''sparkles'' when Ash [[VomitIndiscretionShot puked it out]].

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** In the Sun and Moon series, Ash and Pikachu attempted to cook when Kukui was out, but Ash ''really'' needed proper instructions, and the [=RotomDex=]'s instructions left a lot to be desired... including how much salt and pepper is the right amount. Its failure to clarify what to flambé something means probably didn't help either. The result was an inedible purple mess that Pikachu didn't even attempt to eat due to the awful smell and which produced ''sparkles'' when Ash [[VomitIndiscretionShot puked it out]].
14th Dec '16 6:33:14 AM nm3youtube
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** In the Sun and Moon series, Ash and Pikachu attempted to cook when Kukui was out, but the [=RotomDex=]'s instructions left a lot to be desired... including how much salt and pepper is the right amount. Its failure to clarify what to flambé something means probably didn't help either. The result was an inedible purple mess that Pikachu didn't even attempt to eat and which produced ''sparkles'' when Ash [[VomitIndiscretionShot puked it out]].

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** In the Sun and Moon series, Ash and Pikachu attempted to cook when Kukui was out, but Ash ''really'' needed proper instructions, and the [=RotomDex=]'s instructions left a lot to be desired... including how much salt and pepper is the right amount. Its failure to clarify what to flambé something means probably didn't help either. The result was an inedible purple mess that Pikachu didn't even attempt to eat and which produced ''sparkles'' when Ash [[VomitIndiscretionShot puked it out]].
14th Dec '16 6:32:18 AM nm3youtube
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** In the Sun and Moon series, Ash and Pikachu attempted to cook when Kukui was out, but the [=RotomDex=]'s instructions left a lot to be desired... including how much salt and pepper is the right amount. Its failure to clarify what to flambé something means probably didn't help either. The result was an inedible purple mess that Pikachu didn't even attempt to eat and which produced ''sparkles'' when Ash [[VomitIndiscretionShot puked it out]].
8th Dec '16 6:48:44 PM CompletelyNormalGuy
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** [[TheHero Soma]] occasionally plays this straight. While the dishes he serves to customers and judges are excellent, he likes to experiment using ''very'' odd flavor combinations in his free time and then rope his friends into trying them. Case in point: grilled squid with peanut butter. Turns out he picked up the habit from his father.
8th Dec '16 1:42:35 AM tytoman
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** [[TheHero Soma]] occasionally plays this straight. While the dishes he serves to customers and judges are excellent, he likes to experiment using ''very'' odd flavor combinations in his free time and then rope his friends into trying them. Case in point: grilled squid with peanut butter. Turns out he picked up the habit from his father.
17th Nov '16 10:39:05 AM ultimomant
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* In ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'', Meliodas always cooks food that ''looks'' prefect but ''tastes'' absolutely disgusting. The only character who doesn't mind eating it is Hawk, a talking pig.
23rd Oct '16 11:04:00 PM JapaneseTeeth
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** Kimihito is clearly the only character who ''can'' cook, but most of the others either aren't interested in cooking, don't know how to cook, or serve up something bland and uninteresting. Miia, however, is firmly in lethal chef territory, with a bad habit of cooking fish skeletons into every dish. While it's meant to be justified since her species has a poor sense of taste and she can't know how bad her cooking is, one notorious meal she served up knocked someone unconscious through smell alone. She also has a tendency to toss in ingredients just because they look or sound similar to what she's making: she tried making white rice and added white onion, white fish, and white chocolate to feed to Kimihito when he got sick. Fortunately for him, [[ExtremeOmnivore Suu]] ate it before Miia got the chance.

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** Kimihito is clearly the only character who ''can'' cook, but most of the others either aren't interested in cooking, don't know how to cook, or serve up something bland and uninteresting.uninteresting[[note]]Though it is implied that Centorea is a competent cook, her taste buds are far more sensitive than the rest of the cast's because she's an herbivore, meaning they tend to find her food very bland[[/note]]. Miia, however, is firmly in lethal chef territory, with a bad habit of cooking fish skeletons into every dish. While it's meant to be justified since her species has a poor sense of taste and she can't know how bad her cooking is, one notorious meal she served up knocked someone unconscious through smell alone. She also has a tendency to toss in ingredients just because they look or sound similar to what she's making: she tried making white rice and added white onion, white fish, and white chocolate to feed to Kimihito when he got sick. Fortunately for him, [[ExtremeOmnivore Suu]] ate it before Miia got the chance.
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