“No” will be the answer of those who stay away from home.
“Sometimes” will be the answer of those who stay at home and are foodies.
“Frequently” will be the answer of those who stay at home but never cook.
“Never” will be the answer of those who know the respect every cook deserves.
One day when I was a kid I complained about the food made by my grand mom. My whole family was present at the dining area.
My dad said “Eat what is made or make it yourself if you can”. I still remember his words and they do stop me from commenting that moment onwards.
You may think about it too!
My dad is one of the very few people I saw respecting the cook. Be it by my mom, be it by my relatives, be it by anyone, I’ve never seen him complaining about food. Eventually I get to like the people who resemble him. Now that doesn’t mean I do not like those who complain! But obviously, I’ve disliking towards that particular trait.
Not complaining may also confuse us by appearing tasteless. But, come on, this is understandable. If you say you can not, you do not know the person.
My sincere suggestion to all those who complain frequently is not to do so at least try to reduce the frequency. Being a girl I can say it confidently that it hurts. You need not control yourself from saying it; rather try to understand the respect the cook deserves. That’s it.
Nonetheless, up to you.