If you think cooking is a chore, you might want to visit the Lost City Museum in Overton, Nev.
Stones used to grind corn into flour by hand, and a mortar and pestle used for pounding dried mesquite bean pods, offer perspective on how much easier it is to feed ourselves in modern times. The remains of atlatl spears and arrowheads hint at what it must have been like to hunt down wild game.
Squeamish about cutting up raw meat? Think of what it must have been like to kill it, drag it home, skin it and butcher it before you could sit down to dinner.