Cooking your own food from the basic ingredients gives you the closest control over what you or your family eat. It allows you to keep the most closely to the food combining diet and it allows you to avoid all those additives which are needed to make processed foods palatable.
Fresh meat, vegetables and fruit do not need any elaborate processing. Neither do starchy meals based on rice, potatoes and vegetables. Wheat whole-meal bread from the supermarket is of high quality and can form the basis for up to half your starch meals.
The food combining diet does not include pastry or cakes and biscuits and so removes the need for a lot of elaborate processing equipment. A food mixer or processor is valuable if you plan to bake your own bread, and a grain mill is very useful for non-wheat flours for special diets.