Sometimes the solution to a problem isn't easy, because we don't look for it in the right place. We default to the "obvious" answer, or perhaps the answer that impacts our convenience the least. The title might make the answer obvious, but it's not.
As outlined in this video, cooking your own food has drastic implications on how you eat, but it also has a far-reaching impact on the food industry in general - at least, if enough of us would commit to it. Michael Pollan takes us through a dozen years of research and writing in order to help us form a deep appreciation for the value of the simple act of cooking our own food. In an increasingly busy world - slowing down to cook could solve a lot of our problems.