Yesterday Michael Ruhlman published a rant on the Huffington Post about the common excuse, "I don't have time to cook, so I rely on frozen meals, takeout, or weird containers of stuff from the grocery store instead." He maintains that people could make time, but they are too lazy, uninterested, or boring. He argues that the food industry is perpetuating this attitude for their own profit. I agree with Ruhlman completely, and there's almost nothing I like to do more than wander around the grocery store or farmers market, emotionally select ingredients, carefully prepare some food, and eat it with friends. But I think Ruhlman, slightly pretentious as usual, is preaching to the choir. Do you think articles like this one will persuade more people to cook from scratch?