Oprah and Jamie Oliver

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After wowing Oprah with his Funky Spaghetti recipe, Jamie Oliver returned in 2010 to talk about his mission to change the way families eat. "I'm here to start a revolution," he said. "The biggest food revolution that this country's ever seen."

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In 2003, Jamie launched a one-man crusade to reduce the amount of processed foods served in British grade-school cafeterias. After four years, the British government responded to Jamie's call to action, spending nearly $1 billion to serve fresh, healthy food to millions of students.

Then, this father of four decided to bring his campaign stateside to transform American meals. His primetime show, Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, chronicled his three-month plan to transform the eating habits of families in Huntington, West Virginia, which was recently ranked one of America's most obese cities by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.

Jamie's Crunchy Garlic Chicken, Evolution Carrot Salad and Omelets will make your taste buds eager to join the revolution!

Learn more about Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution 


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