My Kitchen Rules – Pete Evans Thinks Everyone Should Eat Organic Food
Not the best of pre-show publicity for both of the main judges of My Kitchen Rules. Firstly Manu Feildel gets caught driving without a supervisory driver on his L’s, and now Pete Evans sways into dangerous territory by telling everyone they can afford to eat organic food if they budget properly.
In the Sunday Telegraph today he states that only spending $5.oo more on organic chicken they will save it later on in doctor’s bills.
The says in the article:
“I understand people are on budgets. It’s an easy thing to say (organic food) is too expensive, but if you look at what you spend your money on, whether it be doctor’s bills, I think, yes, there are certain aspects that are more expensive.” Evans says.
“But you have to look at it from a holistic point of view – that chicken costs an extra five dollars, but how does it affect my budget.”
Evans says he doesn’t want to sound “condescending”.
“The more good stuff you put into your body the less room for the bad stuff,” he explains. “If you make cuts elsewhere that is.”