This is the type of evaluation that happens automatically, without you even realizing it. For example, when you're trying out a new recipe, you're constantly making adjustments based on how it's turning out. This is informal, built-in evaluation in action! When we first start cooking, our goal is usually to make something edible - anything really - and we don't have any expectations. But over time, we learn more about cooking and start being more intentional about what kind of food we want to create. We might say, I want this dish to be light or I want this dish to be spicy. And then we might add another ingredient or take one away, depending on what our goal is for the meal.
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