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...person to person depending on what they are wanting to study. For some people culinary arts is the way to go. It might not be the same for every body though. For some people they might want to go into the welding field. Or anything else that they can think of that they might want to make into a career. But for the people who are thinking on going into the culinary arts field there are a few things that they might want to look at when choosing which college to go to. This paper is to try and help those people choose from either Le Cordon Bleu or the Art Institute as the college that they might end up wanting to go to.
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