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Would this be a passive-aggressive present?

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It sounds to me that she is talking/complaining about a personal problem, not necessarily asking you for advice or how to cook. 

If it bothers you, I think it's better to employ some bean dip or if you really need to, tell her politely that you wish to speak about something else.

I tend to agree with Gellcom. Your friend has made it clear that for whatever reason, she is not interested in learning how to cook right now.

Why not buy the book for yourself? That way, if your friend ever changes her mind about learning how to cook, you can lend it to her.

(That said, I also agree with Venus - it is annoying when someone complains about a problem, but refuses to adopt an obvious and easy solution.)


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