Cooking is not my forté. When I need to fend for myself, I can do quite well on uncooked meals. The bonus side of doing it myself has always been a reduction in temptation when it's not prepared by someone who works well with flavour. Another consequence is that weight loss is almost guaranteed when I keep it at my skill level. I enjoy almost any vegetable or fruit raw and tend to eat less meat and fewer processed meat products. Cheese, avocado, whole wheat bread and some sprouts with fruit/veg on the side and lunch is provided. Some pickled herring and a tub of quality potato salad (with extra radishes and pickles tossed in, maybe an extra egg) and I'm good for dinner. My breakfast oatmeal mix with several ingredients doesn't take 5 minutes from when I take a bowl from the cupboard and leaves me time to put on coffee and get vitamins during those same minutes. Is your aversion to cooking caused either by doing it far too well, or too much investment in effort for your return?