--Typically, each unit in cohousing has its own kitchen. In The Inn Club, living quarters would be designed with the potential for a small kitchen, but members would eat in boutique restaurants scattered throughout any property.
(Note: To comprehend this post, it will be helpful to read the prior one.)
Who decided that time is money, anyway? The existing paradigm is extremely powerful. So much so that there is almost no one who exists outside of it. There are many well-meaning people in the paradigm, but their mission is to cope with the stress and lack of wisdom inherent in the paradigm. All factions -- no matter how well-meaning -- end up working against one another. Hence, the insidious inefficiency and unhealthiness of the paradigm. The "time is money" paradigm.
One wisdom of the ages is the concept of yin and yang. Maybe it's time that the "time is money" paradigm had a little counter force and/or competition. The "time is time" paradigm. I won't venture to say which is dark and which is light. It is irrelevant. Besides, great doubt equals great awakening.