In an old HN comment, you mention "cooking" as one of the commonalities you see among happy people. Do you still find that to be the case? And by "still", I mean in light of the current food delivery revolution we're undergoing. Thx!
Are you a fan of Star Trek by any chance?
O'Brien learns to cook, in a world where infinite free tasty food is available at the touch of a button. I think it's instructive to think why one would still do that. One potential answer is: the ritual of cooking for someone, and for incorporating someone into that ritual, plausibly matters a lot more than simply feeding them does.
If this doesn't sound like it matters to you, no worries at all. The world is moving in a direction where cooking will become a niche preference and where lack of cooking skill will be the least stigmatizing it has ever been. This prediction does not necessarily decrease the returns to cooking skill!
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