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    I have a twofold attitude to eating - I love to eat, I hate to cook. Our products are always organic and fresh, require quick care, so I cook for six-members family constantly and continously. The kitchen is a place where everything goes wrong, little things accumulate and destroy my work, and finally I'm overhelmed. When all the food disappears from the pots, I never know how I will react: am I happy that it taste and eaten, or am I worried that nothing was left for later...
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    This is such an important aspect of cooking and sharing food that can often be forgotten: the stress! This a creative and smart way to visualize how 'nuts' it can all be sometimes. Thank you for sharing this aspect with us. It made me smile and also sigh in agreement.

    Kristen McNicholas
    Associate Photo Editor, Nat Geo Your Shot
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    Date Uploaded: Dec 10, 2018
    Copyright: © Agnieszka Mocarska
    Categories: People, Portraits
    Assignments: Shall We Eat?