Eat Well for Less? – 15 September 2020 – 15/9/2020 – Tuesday – BBC

The Peters Family
Eat Well for Less? Series 7 Episode 2 of 6

It’s an Eat Well For Less? first, as two single mums team up to help each other out when it comes to food shopping and cooking.

Hayley is mum to 12-year-old Jaylen and nine-year-old twins K-Leum and Klynn. During the week this busy single mum joins forces with her friend Megan, who is mum to seven-year-old Max. To help each other out on school days, these mums are trying to work together. Megan does the school run and makes tea for when Hayley gets in from work. It should be the perfect solution, but with the children all liking different things, meal times can be a bit chaotic and Megan is struggling to keep up with everyone’s demands. At the weekends when Megan’s not around, Hayley relies on takeaways to keep everyone happy, but this is costing her a small fortune.

Gregg and Chris are determined to get Hayley and Megan working together and cooking one meal in the evening that everyone will enjoy. Chris also visits a local butcher to find out why we should be eating British meat and takes to the streets to see what the public think of some lesser known, cheaper cuts.


About Eat Well for Less?

This series addresses the issue of rising food prices, looking at how they are affecting both finances and eating habits. Is it possible to eat on a lower budget without compromising on quality? Exploring two theories are master chef Gregg Wallace and award-winning greengrocer Chris Bavin. Gregg and Chris travel around the UK meeting busy families struggling to eat well on a budget. They watch what the families buy and eat over the course of a week, and then offer suggestions on how they can change their habits to be healthier, cut food waste, save money, and enjoy conflict free meal times.

This show is broadcast on BBC, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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1 Response

  1. Annie sampson says:

    Eat well for less tonight with the Peters family, the children made clear that they like vegetable based meals then the presenters prepare only meat meals ! No one asked the childrens opinion and forced this food on them and we are taken to the butchers to be told how they are reducing their carbon footprint by sourcing dead animal parts locally ! I really have heard it all now. NO NO animal agriculture is the PROBLEM it is precisely why we have pandemics and the greatest cause of climate change ! Humans gather animals together to farm for profit ! when animals live in close proximity they get sick so routine antibiotics have to be fed continually now we have a problem where viruses have jumped species – zoonotic and this has happened big time.Each day a vegan saves 1,100 gallons of water, 45 lbs grain, 40 sq ft forested land, 20lbs CO2 equivalent, and one innocent animals life. Humans are frugivores and require a 100% plant diet to maintain health hence the heart disease, diabetes, dementia, obesity, pandemics bad cholesterol only comes from animals. We have to change today if we want a future life on this planet speak to Dr. Michael Greger at http://www.nutritionfacts.org and see his You tube talk of 2010 on Pandemics; history and prevention thank you.

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