“It’s the same as it is to be a chef,” says Chef Mary Sue Milliken of Los Angeles’s Border Grill. She and several other notable female chefs shared their frustrations with constantly being asked about being a female chef while also relating some of the gender-specific frustrations they’ve encountered in kitchens.

Reader the chefs’ responses on Eater.com here and then share your opinions. Do you feel your achievements are evaluated or valued differently because you’re a woman?

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