Going back to being a chef

hamish morgan

hamish morgan

Student Chef 22nd June 2017

Going back to being a chef

so last year in april I started going to slimming world at the time I was deeply unhappy and weighed in at a ludicrous 35 stone now just over a year later I have lost over 8 stone and made the choice to go back to working in a kitchen as a chef. now I have only been back doing this about a month and have now hopefully found a chefing job that will work for me. as a sous chef in a gastro pub i have found that people across the industry remeber me from over 10 years ago. Now the hardest bit was the first month my body getting use to the shear abuse we put ourselve through as a chef and the other which you just don't notice is the really bad diet and how easy it is to forget to eat and replace this with alcohol

But and it is a big butt cheffing is an addiction for me, just the other day I got reminded of this with a conversation with some one from my past. This is a funny addiction as for myself i have found that whilst I suffer heavily from anxiety, though when I am working as a chef this gets a lot less of a problem. Now the decision to go back working as a chef was not easy and some people who may have found the way i have been weird, and I hope that any one who has found this is still around to see the postive but awkward choice has on me . this and the biggest thing I did before i went back was slimming world

the other thing I am find is eating the right things to lose weight is incredibly hard, even eating when in a kitchen that does not inspire me is difficult. so this morning I made a decision that every I have to cook and post at least one health meal a day

so i wrote a blog about my diet and other thing to do with my weight loss if anyone wants a look follow this
adventuresinslimmingfor1.com/category/home/

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