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    I like what pete Evans is trying to do. Getting people off processed food is great, but seriously he should have written a book called "how to undo all you good work in one recipie "...

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    I find him to be a big hypocrite.

    He preaches about paelo and then judges food on MKR....

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldencrumble View Post
    I find him to be a big hypocrite.

    He preaches about paelo and then judges food on MKR....
    So true. I'm sure channel 7 are itching to get rid of him on MKR. I bet they introduced Colin in the first round of judging to inch Pete out next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    I missed the autism thing.

    Just googled it - wow
    Me too, just wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Me too, just wow.
    Can someone please share the quote / link?

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    My MIL thinks he's some sort of guru. Enough said

    The danger he is putting some innocent children in, enrages me. He is a chef and that is all. He needs to pull his head in before someone gets hurt. Or worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPink View Post
    So true. I'm sure channel 7 are itching to get rid of him on MKR. I bet they introduced Colin in the first round of judging to inch Pete out next season.
    PLEASE!! Colin is so much more entertaining, Pete looks like a ken doll stunned in the headlights.

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    I've heard about a similar recipe from a woman that went around preaching about the macrobiotic diet. That would have been about 8 years ago now. I thought it was a load of crappola then and I think it's even worse now because of how publicised Pete Evans is. The guy seems to have this god like status and I can't for the life of me work out why. This is what AWW had up the other day. Says a lot about his credibility when he can't answer some of the most basic questions about the diet he's preaching to the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    I've heard about a similar recipe from a woman that went around preaching about the macrobiotic diet. That would have been about 8 years ago now. I thought it was a load of crappola then and I think it's even worse now because of how publicised Pete Evans is. The guy seems to have this god like status and I can't for the life of me work out why. This is what AWW had up the other day. Says a lot about his credibility when he can't answer some of the most basic questions about the diet he's preaching to the world.
    Pretty standard questions really, it speaks volumes that he refused to answer them. And him blocking people on his facebook page if their views dont align with his....hmmmm

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    You know whats most scary?
    People who say this:
    "Once a baby is initially fed with breast milk they don't need it until they're young children! Broths are fine, in moderation, like anything. People need to read the modern scientific research and learn that the drug companies and big corporates like Nestle and Kellogs are in the hands of the government whose agencies 'advise' your GP on nutrition!!
    DOn't be so naive!"

    Are going to buy this book, have children... and kill them.

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