Do you prefer reading recipe or watching cookery videos?Irrespective of gender, many are experimenting in the kitchen and are coming up with many new dishes. There are different versions of traditional recipes too. We always find a column for recipes in magazines and also cookery shows in almost all TV channels. On the internet, we see cooking blogs as well as YouTube channels dedicated to cooking. In blogs, in addition to the text, I see the recipes with step by step pictures, which helps in easy understanding.
When I was new to cooking, I found that reading the recipes came handy, because while doing the process itself, I used to get confused with the ingredients mentioned. It was easy for me to search the ingredient and get translation etc on another tab. Also, in those initial times, when I looked at the videos, I could find the cooking experts giving alternate ingredient ideas, comparisons to other recipes or other versions which used to be very irritating to me. So, I preferred blogs for new recipes.
Now, I am comfortable with cooking videos, especially to see the batter consistency, food texture etc. Still, I avoid the lengthy videos but is very much attracted to mute videos which are supported with text in it.
Now my questions: Do you prefer reading recipes or watching cookery videos?
Is it advisable to write recipe articles in ISC?
What if the word count does not meet the article rule? I know the article word count should be between 500-1000 words. Still, is there any exception for recipes?