Home cooking is usually much cheaper than eating at a restaurant or buying processed foods from the market
When we eat at a restaurant, we pay for not only the food, but also the costs of running that business. The lights, the water, the building, and the staff — in addition to that there is a heavy burden on the taxes too, which makes no sense at times.
It might seem easy ordering food online with all these pin-stove apps or driving to the closest restaurant might be a quick solution when you’re in a hurry, I agree that cooking at home literally takes off an hour and a half with all the effort that goes in making it, in the real world it is just a matter of time and sensible enough to cook at home until the recipe is not that complicated.
Ofcourse food at most of the restaurants are surely unhealthy and loaded with calories that one can’t imagine;though there are a handful of them who can provide healthy food, the costs may seem out of your budget. Healthy ingredients which are picked from the farmers market or a near by store not only are good for the dish you prepare but also they surely will help you gain knowledge regarding the market, the quality of ingredients you picked and the bargaining. these are just the limited factors.
Fractional waste and portion control while home cooking
Home cooking lets people to control the portion of food they prepare for n number of people, if the quantity doesnt seem enough then you can prep them again. Like wisely the waste will be fractional too, unlike a restaurant where the waste food that you pay directly goes to the landfills, conceding if it turns out to be manure or picked by a rag picker on the way or hope for the stray dogs to consume them (For the whole food which you have paid for and loads of hard work a certain hands have gone to perpare them from the first place).
Togetherness among the family.
Eating at home gives the entire family time to talk about their day.Involving your children in food preparation (maybe by asking them to read the recipe out loud or mix ingredients) is not only a fun thing to do, but also a great way to teach them healthy eating habits.