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Welcome to Tay’s BiPolar Kitchen!

Hi! I am Tay Sun, May 14, 2017 /No Comments Welcome to Tay’s Bipolar Kitchen. Please have a seat at my table. As the name suggests,
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Being Aware

At the beginning of my mental health journey, I thought being aware was the entire battle. My Virgo mind assumed knowing my behavior was unacceptable, toxic, and wrong would be enough to counteract it.
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Stocking Series: Kitchen Utensils

There are so many innovative and fun kitchen utensils; it easy to get carried away and sometimes lost. Do you need a metal or plastic spatula? Perhaps both? What’s the deal with spring-loaded tongs? Refer to this guide when it the time comes to pick up new kitchen utensils.
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Glossary

A list of terms to help navitage my blog.
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Stocking Series: Cookware

Cookware is the next topic in the stocking series. This post provides a guide and looks at cookware for your stage on your cooking journey.
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Stocking Series: The Pantry

It is frustrating to run out of things, especially when I am in the middle of cooking! (Hint: Thoroughly reading recipes in advance this can be significantly minimized.)  Having a well-stocked pantry can save the day when having to create a quick meal. 
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I Let You Go: A Lesson

When holding on becomes to painful, we often forgot we have the option to release. We only think about how painful it will be after letting go, while ignoring the current pain we are currently experiencing. It is important to remember while we are holding on the pain is indefinite. After letting go, healing can start. The wound cant start to heal, taking the pain with it.
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