Health is not the only reason to learn to cook, but it's a big one. When you rely on restaurants to prepare your food –even if they’re not fast food- you lose control of what goes into your meals. So if you’re motivated to start eating healthier in the new year, you may want to start cooking your own food. But what if you can’t cook? There’s nothing to fear, says cookbook author and food writer Elaine Corn. Her cooking series at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, “Now You’re Cooking: Everything a Beginner Needs to Know to Start Cooking Today,” is a culinary boot camp that will put you in control of your food preparation. Corn joins us with some basics to get you started cooking today.