Author Tim Ferriss Shares His Tools for Efficiency in the Kitchen
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We attended knowing little about Mr. Ferriss. I looked at the 4 Hr. Chef cookbook for the first time before the interview and found it disorganized and confusing, but during the interview Mr. Ferris explained that it was less about cooking and more about his method of learning. He is a good recountour and now I am intrigued to go back and look at the "cookbook" again with that in mind and see what he really has to say.
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