Meal kits like Blue Apron and Hello Fresh are all the rage, but critics say preplanned delivered meals take all the creativity out of making meals. Purists argue that if you're having the ingredients premeasured and mailed to you with instructions, that's not even cooking. You're basically a robot. But others say meal kits are actually teaching many people the basics of cooking—not everyone has time to figure out a recipe and go the grocery store. What do you think?
Do meal kits take the creativity out of cooking?
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