Visually impaired M’sian woman starts cooking channel, thanks to safer modern kitchen tech

After losing her vision, a Malaysian mother-of-four turned to cooking, running a YouTube cooking channel and showing how modern kitchen tech helps the differently abled cook safely. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

Ten years ago, Sharifah Shafiza Said Salleh lost her vision due to Amblyopia or the lazy eye disorder, but she refused to let this disability stop her from living a normal life.

The 41-year-old mother of four is adept at managing her household and her impairment does not prevent her from cooking various dishes for her family, which according to her, is her favourite activity.

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