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Your friend received a resume and have you only pieces of it. Who is it that the resume describes?

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Text version of the words:

World's Best Chef
Skills
Highest ranking in
Vegetables per
min
Cooking more than
Time
Absolute perfect
Raw
me
Save money
no utensils
Info
Not available
nights
Author
Yoga
books
References
Vyv
Me
Roo

Extra Credit: who are the 3 references?

Clue:

This riddle is getting really old, but never as old as the answer.

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  • $\begingroup$ can you please check the answers and let us know the correct answer $\endgroup$ – CR241 May 22 '17 at 19:49
  • $\begingroup$ Neither of the answers include the "Author ... Yoga ... books" clue. Both are wrong. :( $\endgroup$ – abbaf33f May 22 '17 at 20:02
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The riddle is describing the:

Trees.

Explanation:

Highest ranking in vegetables (trees make vegetables). Cooking more than (...) time. (trees are cooking since they're created on earth). Save money ... utensils. (Trees don't need any utensils to cook). Not available nights. (Trees can't cook at night).

References:

Vyv might me vyvanse, Roo might be roots, .

I don't have any idea for me

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Resume Riddle describes:

Root Vegetables (Potato's, carrots, onions, garlic, celery root (or celeriac), turmeric, radishes, and ginger etc.)

Words Explanation:

World Best Chef (Every one can use) Skills and High ranking (Don't need at all) Cooking more than a min/vegetable (If we want to bake it like Potato) Raw absolutely perfect for cooking and (No need of Utensils and save cooking time, just wash with water and can eat)

and

Not Available night means (We shouldn't eat Root vegetables at night like Potatoes have a high glycemic index, which means they contain enough sugar to spike energy levels rather quickly. When energy levels spike, insulin also spikes)

and

Author: Yoga -> http://www.yogajournal.com/lifestyle/roast-up-some-roots

References:

VYV- Vyvlander land is generally fertile and often used for farming, especially of vegetables. Roo and ME refers same - Root vegetables

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