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4th May '17 10:18:13 PM Blazer
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* In ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'' we find out that Vegeta, Prince of All Saiyans, cannot cook to save his life. He can't even break eggs without the stupid things shattering in his hands. The only thing he ''can'' cook is instant ramen noodles.
16th Apr '17 2:11:37 PM mouschilight
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* Sakura Haruno from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' in the anime once made a strength potion, but we don't know if it was any good. No one ever was able to put it down their throat (Except Naruto, when he was doing some VERY important training. Though he probably would have eaten it anyway since Sakura was the one that made it and he still had [[LovingAShadow a one-sided superficial crush]] on her at the time).

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* Sakura Haruno from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' in the anime once made a strength potion, but we don't know if it was any good. No one ever was able to put it down their throat (Except Naruto, when he was doing some VERY important training. Though he probably would have eaten it anyway since Sakura was the one that made it and he still had [[LovingAShadow a one-sided superficial shallow crush]] on her at the time).
16th Apr '17 1:27:22 PM mouschilight
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* Sakura Haruno from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' in the anime once made a strength potion, but we don't know if it was any good. No one ever was able to put it down their throat (Except Naruto, when he was doing some VERY important training. Though he probably would have eaten it anyway since Sakura was the one that made it).

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* Sakura Haruno from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' in the anime once made a strength potion, but we don't know if it was any good. No one ever was able to put it down their throat (Except Naruto, when he was doing some VERY important training. Though he probably would have eaten it anyway since Sakura was the one that made it).it and he still had [[LovingAShadow a one-sided superficial crush]] on her at the time).
5th Apr '17 1:46:37 PM Willbyr
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* While in the library in episode 4 of ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'', Ryou is told her grandmother used to borrow a lot of ''beginner's'' cookbooks from there. She calls her aunt, who tells her that her grandmother used to actually be a lousy cook while raising her and Ryou's mother. She is then told that her grandmother only seriously started learning how to cook after she started to watch Ryou more.

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* While in the library in episode 4 of ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'', ''Manga/GourmetGirlGraffiti'', Ryou is told her grandmother used to borrow a lot of ''beginner's'' cookbooks from there. She calls her aunt, who tells her that her grandmother used to actually be a lousy cook while raising her and Ryou's mother. She is then told that her grandmother only seriously started learning how to cook after she started to watch Ryou more.
12th Mar '17 8:17:21 AM secretfan14
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* ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'' had two lethal chefs, both of whom took lessons from the female lead Aoi (another example of the YamatoNadeshiko teaching them, though only one actually improved.) Taeko, in particular, had the double disadvantage of being [[{{Dojikko}} clumsy]] and [[CordonBleughChef considering things like strawberry curry and chocolate-covered tomatoes to be delicious]]. Tina on the other hand is a variation, who cooks horrible looking food that actually tastes just fine.

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* ''Manga/AiYoriAoshi'' had two lethal chefs, both of whom took lessons from the female lead Aoi (another example of the YamatoNadeshiko teaching them, though only one actually improved.) Taeko, in particular, had the double disadvantage of being [[{{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl clumsy]] and [[CordonBleughChef considering things like strawberry curry and chocolate-covered tomatoes to be delicious]]. Tina on the other hand is a variation, who cooks horrible looking food that actually tastes just fine.



* In ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'', Sumika's cooking tends to result in StuffBlowingUp. [[{{Dojikko}} Miyako]] isn't much better.

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* In ''Manga/SasamekiKoto'', Sumika's cooking tends to result in StuffBlowingUp. [[{{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl Miyako]] isn't much better.
8th Mar '17 11:56:16 AM nombretomado
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* Inspired by a poll of what qualities boys desire most, Luna tries her hand at cooking in the ''MegaManStarForce'' anime to win [=MegaMan=]'s affection. The terrifying results lead her to seek training from Geo's mom. It doesn't help; fortunately for Geo, she's soon distracted when "cleaning skill" wins the next poll. She comes back to cooking at some point before the sequel series ''Tribe'' starts, and makes actual progress this time -- in fact, the food she brings turns out to be the only reason anyone comes to Hyde's art classes.

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* Inspired by a poll of what qualities boys desire most, Luna tries her hand at cooking in the ''MegaManStarForce'' ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'' anime to win [=MegaMan=]'s affection. The terrifying results lead her to seek training from Geo's mom. It doesn't help; fortunately for Geo, she's soon distracted when "cleaning skill" wins the next poll. She comes back to cooking at some point before the sequel series ''Tribe'' starts, and makes actual progress this time -- in fact, the food she brings turns out to be the only reason anyone comes to Hyde's art classes.
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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* ''LightNovel/SeireiTsukaiNoBladeDance'':''BladedanceOfElementalers'':
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]].
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