Cooking challenges have typically been viewed as health issues for women and children in unventilated or poorly ventilated kitchens. See the writing of Kirk Smith, and CLEAN, for instance.
Kitchen emissions from a planetary overheating perspective have not merited sufficient attention.
Cooking using LPG or piped natural gas has been also viewed as an “access” to clean fuels issues, for example Prime Minister Modi’s preoccupation.
It is viewed also as a clean burning cookstoves issue.
These perspectives are valid but are not the entire story. Cooking is ignored as a planetary overheating issue!
Cooking emissions, like solar power generation, is a “distributed generation” issue, only negative!
It is even more distributed, to the level of a household, and to an informal economy!
Measurement of cooking emissions, and tracking its impact on climate change is difficult.