Does anyone know what soft of "diet" (aka way of eating) he's going to be promoting? I don't want to get my hopes up...
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3/18/10 at 1:52pm
|Jamie's challenge was to see if he can get a whole community cooking again. He worked with the school lunch ladies and local families to get everyone back in the kitchen and making tasty meals with fresh ingredients – no packets, no cheating. He's started a Food Revolution: to get people all over America to reconnect with their food and change the way they eat.|
|He's started a Food Revolution: to get people all over America to reconnect with their food and change the way they eat.|
Yeah, those lunch ladies ("cooks") seemed super resistant to change. Don't they care that they are in fact responsible for feeding all those children? I mean, sure, they don't choose the menu, etc., but they literally prepare and serve that crap food to the students every day. You'd think they want to do better! And why don't they have a registered dietitian consulting with the head of the nutrition dept.? I can't imagine how they can justify the foods they serve... even though I know many school districts offer similar garbage every day.