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If you are lonely because your chef is working so many hours and wonder if anyone else can relate, click here to read my blog or check out my most popular posts.  (And BTW, yes, I can relate!)

If you are a chef and wonder what it’s like to be married to or dating someone in your profession, click here.

If you’re not married to or dating a chef but you wonder what it’s like, click here.

If you want some suggestions on how to get stains and smells out of chef clothes, click here.

If you’d like some tips on how to best support your chef, click here.

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  1. TG

    Hello! I appreciated your blog on Odors and clothing. Thank you! I’m not a chef or dating one but someone I know is a kitchen manager and struggles with her hair. Suggestions for keeping the smell out of hair? Do chefs hats guard against that? She doesn’t want to wash more than a couple times a week. You know. Thanks again! Success!

    • Jennifer

      I didn’t have any ideas, so I asked in our Facebook group. Here are some of the suggestions I got: tea tree and lavender shampoo, short pixie cut, dry shampoo, apple cider vinegar vinegar shampoo and conditioner, Mix 1 C water, 2 TBS apple cider vinegar and a few drops of the tea tree essential oil together and dump on your hair after washing, then rinse and use a conditioner.

      I hope one of these helps!


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