I’ve always had trouble with noncountable nouns.
I understand that cake, bread, food can be either noncountable and noncountable depending on the context.
I’m writing about different professions and what they do in general.
- I’m a chef. I cook food.
- I’m a baker. I bake bread and cake
These noncountable nouns - food, bread, cake are supposed to be treated as ‘countable nouns’ in this particular context?
Should I change it to 1. “I cook foods.” 2. “I bake breads and cakes.”