Bake your own breadVia Flickr: melystuMake your own hummusVia Flickr: maxpowerMake your own pastaOwn ceramic knivesVia Flickr: elwilloOwn a food processorOwn a pestle and mortarVia Flickr: crobjInfuse your own oilsPickle stuffMake your own nut buttersVia Flickr: reid-beeShop at Whole FoodsUse an organic vegetable delivery serviceVia Flickr: nsaltRegularly host dinner partiesMake your own pizzaVia Flickr: rooflessMake your own cauliflower pizzaMake your own chipsVia Flickr: elzeyMake your own phoVia Flickr: zeniaMake your own curriesVia Flickr: joeywanMake your own dim sumVia Flickr: avlxyzGrow your own herbsOwn a spice rackGrow your own vegetables in an allotment or gardenOwn multiple types of vinegarOwn multiple types of oilVia Flickr: churlOwn multiple types of mustardVia Flickr: churlMake your own ketchupMake your own mayonnaiseMake your own aioliFollow a bunch of chefs and restaurants on InstagramStalk restaurants on Instagram before you visit themGo to new restaurants regularlyRecommend restaurants to your friendsHave at least one restaurant you’re saving up to visitKnow what all the different types of pasta are calledVia Flickr: wallygOwn a spiralizerVia Flickr: mealmakeovermoms / Creative CommonsOwn a slow cookerOwn a steamerHave a favourite food blogHave a favourite cooking show on TVVia BBCHave a favourite cookbookVia Ebury PressBuy the cookbooks of your favourite restaurantsVia Saltyard BooksBrew your own beerVisit farmers marketsVia Flickr: gemmameiMake your own pestoVia Flickr: hamstersMake your own cheeseKnow how to pair wine and cheeseGrind your own coffeeMake your own granolaKnow how to make a basic cake without looking at a recipeSource your meat from a local butchersSource your fish from a local fishmongersVia Flickr: tcd123Make your own cocktailsRegularly cook something from scratch in the weekRegularly cook a fancy weekend breakfastRegularly cook a Sunday roastRegularly make dessertVia Flickr: sk8geekMake pastry from scratchVia Flickr: sk8geekMake your own meringuesDrink cordial instead of squashMake your own cookiesVia Flickr: ronwlsMake your own juiceVia Flickr: withwindMake your own jamMake your own gnocchiMake your own biscuitsHave a favourite type of wineVia Flickr: tnarikHave a tableclothVia Flickr: jcestnikHave linen napkinsKeep wine you don’t drink for cooking withVia Flickr: naotakemMake pasta sauce from scratchOwn a fondue setMake your own hollandaise sauceVia Flickr: su-lin / Creative CommonsMake your own ice creamOwn a microplane grater
How Much Of A Foodie Are You?
You know what you like, and you're not a snob about it. You don't see the point in jumping on every trendy food bandwagon, and you prefer to stick to what you know. Good on you.
You like to cook for your friends, and you have a few cookbooks and blogs that you rely on. But you're not a snob about food, and you don't see anything wrong with ordering your food from a regular supermarket.
You love experimenting with food, and your favourite type of present is a kitchen gadget. You don't always cook for yourself, but you definitly like getting experimental in the kitchen. You're a great cook!
You love nothing more than hosting a dinner party for some of your closest friends, using a whole bunch of jazzy equipment. You like eating out too, and you always try to go to new restaurant openings. You're a great cook! Keep it up.