1. I was a professional chef before losing my sense of smell to a TBI more than 25 years ago. I briefly got back to cooking shortly after the injury. The most terrifying part of the day was being early man in and firing up all the ranges etc, there was quite a rush when you turned on the gas and lit the match. No Boom? It’s gonna be a good day . . .

    • Girl

      OMG Mike!! I bet that was an adrenaline rush for sure!!! I read about another chef who also went through your experience. Most people would question your ability as a cook because they would probably ask, “If he can’t smell, than that means he can’t taste?” I can “taste” probably not to the extent regular olfies do but who knows???

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