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Real food doesn't have ingredients, real food is ingredients.
I profoundly believe that the power of food has a primal place in our homes that binds us to the best bits of life.
Sugar is the next tobacco, without a doubt, and that industry should be scared. It should be taxed just like tobacco and anything else that can, frankly, destroy lives.
Homicide is 0.8% of deaths. Diet-related disease is over 60%. But no one talks about it.
Food is one of life's greatest joys yet we've reached this really sad point where we're turning food into the enemy, and something to be afraid of
I wish for everyone to help create a strong, sustainable movement to educate every child about food, inspire families to cook again and empower people everywhere to fight obesity.
The whole idea is to earn the flavor. No one gives it to you.
When you are trying to move mountains you want-and need-people on your side who want to move them with you.
Every child should be taught to cook in school, not just talk about nutrition all day. Good food can be made in 15 minutes. This could be the first generation where the kids teach the parents.
Many kids can tell you about drugs but do not know what celery or courgettes taste like.
If you can eat with mates or friends or family, I mean, it's such a brilliant thing isn't it? If you feel really rubbish and you have a nice bit of food it makes you feel good, you know?
All I ever wanted to do was to make food accessible to everyone; to show that you can make mistakes - I do all the time - but it doesn't matter.
My first outdoor cooking memories are full of erratic British summers, Dad swearing at a barbecue that he couldn't put together, and eventually eating charred sausages, feeling brilliant.
I've made a few nice dishes in my time, but this must be the best I've ever made.
The world is blessed most by men who do things, not by those who merely talk about them.
I challenge you, to go to any school and open 50 lunchboxes, and I guarantee you there will be one or two cans of Red Bull, there'll be cold McDonald's and jam sandwiches with several cakes.
Give your kids a bloody knife and fork and let me put some fresh food in front of them they can eat.
Cooking is the ultimate giving!
40% of what I've done was a mistake. I now call it R&D.
It's not the extremes and the treats that are the problem. It's the everyday.
From quite an early age I realised the effect that good food can have on others.
Your child will live a life ten years younger than you because of the landscape of food that we've built around them.
The future is about a plant-based diet.
I think food culture is always evolving, and there will constantly be people looking both forward and back. That's what makes it exciting.
Have you ever seen a really good chocolate dish & women? It affects women not like men. It’s incredible.
My aim is to achieve sustainable change, not just make a cute little makeover.
Maybe God has a bigger plan for me than I have for myself.
The kitchen oven is reliable, but it's made us lazy.
Stop being a vegan and start enjoying what you eat.
Fight the staggering rise of type-2 diabetes by simply learning to cook healthy fresh food - it's fun, and it could save your life!
I never get tired of talking about food. I do getting tired of fighting governments when they are so clearly not putting the best interest of the children forward.
Industry, economy, honesty and kindness form a quartet of virtue that will never be improved upon.
If you only design menus that are essentially junk or fast food, the whole infrastructure supports junk.
I love roasting because you can give it love, get it in the oven and go and play with the kids or whatever you've got to do, and then hours later you've got a lovely dinner.
I could cook from quite an early age - purely because I liked it.
I want Americans to enjoy food. I want them to celebrate food. I want them to, on occasions, to have big cakes and great things. And I want them to indulge.
Now that I've got kids, it's become really important for me on the health front to try to buy as much organic produce as possible.
As usual, my timing is bizarrely good.
The best food I've ever eaten in my life has come from the poorest communities.
The public health of five million children should not be left to luck or chance.
If Obama wanted to make radical changes to America's health long-term, all he has to do is treble the price of sugar and salt.
There is not one thing we can do to fix the problem, it has to be an ambush!
I'm better with my hands, and I always loved the slightly romantic idea of starting with bits of wood and being able to create something to sit on, to eat from, to store your clothes in.
I left school with basically nothing, I was a special needs kid. I did feel as though my school had let me down.
In England, you're allowed to have an opinion - as long as it comes out of your mouth.
Like most of the other teachers, I'd done a bit of teaching and we all think we're great at what we do, but you realize that normally you have an audience who are all onside, who all want to listen.
I'm probably a bit romantic about it, but I think we humans miss having contact with fire. We need it.
Just because the Americans are so good at rattling out accessible and cheap junk food, nobody looks twice when it comes to their food. But there are golden nuggets everywhere.
I like ties but I prefer not to wear one when I'm nervous.
Young people can be disruptive and screw up classes. But even if they are being a pain in the arse it's a cry for help - they don't feel like they are being listened to.