Learn to Cook Online with Salted – A Better Way to Learn to Cook

By Shannon Gurnee
In Food
January 26, 2016

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Do you ever feel like you’re cooking the same dishes over and over again? Do you want to learn how to cook more recipes, but the idea of going to school seems a little out of your reach? I know I get those feelings! I am always on the lookout for new recipes and have even bought cooking books to learn how to improve my cooking skills. But I have to be honest, they are still sitting on the shelf or in the linen closet where I last put them.

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I recently discovered an online cooking school called Salted that has a ton of cooking videos by top chefs around the country. It’s a new type of cooking school thatย works with 100 of the best chefs in the country to bring their members a world class cooking education. Salted is grounded in beautiful video, exclusive classes, and both culinary skills and recipes from the most celebrated restaurants in the country. If you’re looking for affordable pit boss parts online, check out Pellethead’s shop online.

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I know when I heard the name Salted, I wondered why they chose that name. They chose the name “Salted” for two reasons. First, “Salt” is the foundation of cooking, much like their tutorials that can be the foundation of your cooking education, regardless of whether you are a novice in the kitchen, or advanced. Second, the suffix “ed” speaks to the value they place on education (as well as entertainment).

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I love the way Salted is set up. Once you sign in, you can check out the available courses. Included are “Featured Skills,” “Featured Chefs’ Recipes,” “Your Recent Tutorials,” “Simply Vegan,” “Soups and Stocks Bootcamp,” “Holiday Cocktail Party Bites,” “Mastering Brunch,” “Butchering Techniques for Whole Animals,” and “Featured Chefs.” There is a plethora of information about cooking skills, techniques and recipes! You can also view videos based on the level of difficulty, choosing from Easy, Intermediate and Advanced.

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When you click on each video, it gives you information about the recipe or tutorial you’re learning about. Information includes the Level of Difficulty, Prep Time, Cook Time, Total Time and Serving Size. It also has a section with the Steps (including time frames for different topics), What You’ll Need, and Chef’s Notes. You can even add your own comments to the video.

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I really love the way Salted is set up, as well as the information provided. ย I also love that the information is in the form of videos, so I feel like I’m in a class – one-on-one with the instructor. If there are tutorials or recipes you really like, you can build your own Cookbook so you can watch them later. Not to mention the fact that you can network with the amazing chefs in your area, as well as get exclusive VIP offers and discounts.

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Be sure to check out Salted and discover a better way to learn to cook. When you subscribe, useย the code “MOMMY” at checkout to receive 3 free months!

What do you love about Salted? Who in your home would use Salted?

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

38 Responses to “Learn to Cook Online with Salted – A Better Way to Learn to Cook”

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    I would love to check this out. Let’s just say, I have a long way to go in the cooking department.

  2. I love this idea! I can already cook pretty well, but I think Salted is a great resource that I could learn so much more from.

  3. Oh, that pizza dish looks amazing. I can use a few videos to learn new cooking terms and techniques so that I don’t have to stop when cooking dinner for the family.

  4. That’s a really fun way to learn how to cook! I could see a lesson making a fun date night in activity.

  5. Donna says:

    I enjoy cooking and would enjoy learning from professional chefs, especially in my own home. What a great concept.

  6. Marcie W. says:

    My husband is pretty much a master chef but I could definitely use Salted. I love that they offer so many various courses and difficulty levels.

  7. Amber says:

    Okay first of all the pizza looks delicious. I have to say since I’m a horrible cook this looks like a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Elizabeth O. says:

    That’s a wonderful opportunity for people who would like to learn how to cook or to cook better! Thanks for sharing info about this!

  9. What a great program. I would be interested in learning the new recipes.

  10. I love this idea! I will definitely be checking Salted out soon.

  11. angie says:

    love the internet so many great things we can learn about. Blogging is a great way to share what we learn. So happy that you shared this post with all of us

  12. I did Salted last year and found a few tips and tricks that I had no idea. I admit, I watched the grill cheese one just for the pure enjoyment of all the cheese.

  13. I would like to learn how to be a better cook. What a good opportunity.

  14. michelle says:

    salted seems like a great way to learn some new cooking skills

  15. nicole escat says:

    This is a great program and a fun way learn how to cook. My sister in law need this

  16. Mardene Carr says:

    This is new to me but will check it out when I get a chance. I am a great cook already but it never hurts to see what is out there

  17. Eugenia says:

    I usually use GialloZafferano, because I like Italian Cousine. Iโ€™ve never heard of Salted, but it seems another great resource! Thanks for the information ๐Ÿ™‚

  18. Lexie Lane says:

    Would love to check this out. Sounds an amazing way to learn to cook.

  19. Eileen says:

    Thank you for letting me know about this site. I could learn to cook a new dish better with video. My son would also benefit from this as he is studying to be a chef!

  20. Tess says:

    I definitely would like to check this out. I am trying to learn to cook more healthy and get creative this would help a lot

  21. Liz Mays says:

    I think we can always use a refresher course with some new tips and ideas. This is a neat idea!

  22. Ayesha says:

    Thank you for the new recipes ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m happy to learn a new recipe, I’ll share this to my mom and sisters.

  23. Rosey says:

    I can see how salt is the foundation of the kitchen. That does sound really cool.

  24. Maddie says:

    I love this. I don’t know how to cook like at all.

  25. Crystal says:

    I’m always on the lookout for new recipes and ways to improve my skills. Salted sounds like it’s got both!

  26. My family has been altering their cooking habits.
    This article is of some help for sure.

  27. That sounds really interesting and something how might look into further as I’m really into cooking at the minute. Angela from Daysinbed

  28. I am always on the look out for fresh ideas. I will check this out.

  29. michelle_ says:

    I’m a chef and I do host cooking schools hands on but this is a great idea to teach online. What an inspiration!

  30. Ana says:

    Looks like a cool and easy way to learn how to cook!

  31. I’ve seen this before and think it’s a great idea! I use CookSmarts and it’s awesome for cooking tips and gives you recipes every week ๐Ÿ™‚

  32. very interesting, i so love cooking and making new food. this is a must try

  33. Amy Jones says:

    I really like cooking and this year I want to learn to cook even more. Love this online resource

  34. Patranila says:

    I’m totally in a recipe rut. Great idea!

  35. Kiwi says:

    Look I need all the help I can get to up my cooking game. I need to check out Salted soon for ideas!

  36. Kareema says:

    This is pretty exciting. My daughter loves to cook, but due to her health she is unable to go to culinary school. This may help help learn more techniques.

  37. I could have totally used this years ago when my now-husband and I moved in together and neither of us knew how to cook. What a nonstop adventure of uneaten meals as we both went through the process of trial and error.

  38. I have been saying for years that I should one day start attending cooking class to give my cooking variety but never have the time. I am loving the idea of salted and I will check it out

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