A revolution doesn’t require many ingredients, because revolution is such a complex and constantly-morphing dish, there are lots of optional ingredients to spice up your revolution!
- 1 dominant paradigm
- Some non paradigm-aligning anomaly (amount varies depending on the situational climate)
- A few extraordinary events/discoveries
- Optional ingredients include but are definitely not limited to:
- Cold weather
- John Locke
- The British Monarchy
Note: Cooking revolution is not a science, the recipe is simple, but nothing is measured out exactly. Depending on the climate of the region, and many other factors, each revolution will turn out differently. That is part of the enjoyment of cooking revolution – it is often a surprise and no two dishes will come out the same. It can be quite interesting to add additional ingredients, there are many more potential optional ingredients not listed above!
This recipe doesn’t always count for a successful revolution. Cooking revolution is finicky and can take many years to master. Just ask the French!
- Heat a skillet to high heat, there should be some tension going on
- Add your non paradigm-aligning anomaly, and any optional ingredients now. Look for a crisis to form before moving on to the next step. Don’t worry if a crisis doesn’t form the first time, this is the hardest step of the revolution and it often takes a lot of time in this stage to lead to a crisis. Anomalies don’t always lead to crises, and they can sometimes reinforce the dominant paradigm. If this happens, repeat the step again until crisis forms.
- Once a crisis forms, add the extraordinary events/discoveries, this will ensure that the crisis leads to revolution.
- Voila, your crisis should turn into a revolution!
- Let your revolution sit for at least 24 hours in the fridge, this will allow time for the revolution to cool and turn into a new paradigm!