“First we eat, then we do everything else.”― M.F.K. Fisher
1. 43,000 reasons
Let’s assume he has just 2 meals every day for 60 years, that’s 43,000 meals. 3 meals? that’s 65,700 meals! Listen, the race is long and he’ll be sitting down to eat, don’t underestimate the importance of basic cooking as a life skill.
2. Eat Healthier
The best way to control what we eat is being in control of what goes in the food we eat.
3. The Paradox of Choice
His brain only has so much decision making capacity, do you really want him to waste it deciding what’s for dinner or lunch constantly? Even three meals at home a week will generate leftovers to cover most lunches and dinners for a week. Sit back and enjoy the tranquility of having a healthy, cost efficient meal, waiting for you in the fridge.
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4. You Save Buckets Of Cash
Cooking at home isn’t always cheap, but 99% of the time it’s cheaper than eating out. The big win comes with leftovers, typically one meal at home can generate 2–3 leftover meals. That means “economies of scale” for all the economics nerds.
Here’s some simple Math from Ramit Sethi of the best selling book I Will Teach You To Be Rich
Cost of eating out:
Lunch: ($8.00/day) = $56.00/week
Dinner: ($12.00/day) = $84.00/week
Lunch: $2,680/year (365 minus 30 days of not eating out)
5. Restaurant Meals Will Taste Better
Ever notice how a baseline knowledge in a subject like photography or golf or guitar makes you appreciate the greats way more? Well, knowing how to cook will heighten his dining experience because he becomes more attuned to the craftsmanship involved.
You might like Mantry because it helps guys cook better at home.