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Table 2 Adjusted predicted mean time spent cooking (min/day) among those who cooked

From: Who’s cooking? Trends in US home food preparation by gender, education, and race/ethnicity from 2003 to 2016

  2003 2016   
Mean SE Mean SE Diff Contrast p-valuea
Men
 Less than High School 49.4 3.7 40.2 4.0 −9.1 0.094
 High School or Some College 47.8 1.3 49.1 2.0 1.3 0.593
 College or Graduate School 46.6 1.4 52.1 2.2 5.5 0.036
Women
 Less than High School 81.1 3.2 85.8 4.2 4.7 0.364
 High School or Some College 66.3 1.1 67.9 2.0 1.7 0.455
 College or Graduate School 62.0 1.4 61.3 1.6 −0.7 0.749
Chunk test p-value: < 0.001       
  2003 2016   
  Mean SE Mean SE Diff Contrast p-valueb
Men
 Non-Hispanic white 45.2 1.1 48.9 1.7 3.7 0.060
 Non-Hispanic black 49.4 3.9 53.0 4.2 3.6 0.533
 Hispanic 50.6 3.6 47.5 2.9 −3.1 0.499
 Non-Hispanic other 51.3 4.9 63.2 8.1 11.9 0.208
Women
 Non-Hispanic white 61.6 1.0 60.7 1.6 −0.8 0.666
 Non-Hispanic black 66.7 2.7 72.9 3.6 6.2 0.168
 Hispanic 85.8 2.9 81.4 3.1 −4.4 0.291
 Non-Hispanic other 77.8 4.0 94.8 4.7 16.9 < 0.001
Chunk test p-value: < 0.001       
  1. aContrast for within education level, between year
  2. bContrast for within race/ethnicity and gender, between year