Fast food is supposed to prevent us from having to cook. Isn't that the point?

Chick-fil-A got confused about their place in the food world and have announced their intention to sell meal kits.

Blue Apron is among the most famous meal kit companies. And while the convenience is nice, the price tag sucks.

As with all meal kits, the ingredients you need are all included with the kit.


What I keep coming back to is the fact that fast food is now trying to make us cook their food. Self-checkouts and self-ordering kiosks already exist; now we're going to COOK the food, too?!

Shouldn't they be paying us?

The Chick-fil-A meal kits are currently only available in Atlanta, but are likely to go nationwide later this year. The kits contain enough food for two (yeah, I've heard that before...) and cost $16. So you're paying more to cook the same meal yourself. can cook it on Sundays (Chick-fil-As are closed on Sundays), so there's that.

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