Why we should leave behind the cookie-cutter education

Whenever my mom made cookies when I was a little kid, I could barely wait for them to come out of the oven. My mom’s cookies were simply delicious. She had a magic ingredient she kept in a small recipient, and its location between two cookie-baking sessions was top secret. She always added that magic ingredient, and the cookies were always delicious because of it.

Their shapes were never — I mean never — perfect, like the ones we would buy from time to time from the store; but their taste was unforgettably perfect.

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