As someone who is quite into food, I love watching Masterchef, the show in which amateur cooks compete with each other over a period of weeks, facing various challenges in order to win the coveted title. I've actually been watching the UK, US and Australian versions of the show, which vary immensely in style. I don't normally like food TV shows, but Masterchef's common theme appeals to me: the quality of the food and ingredients used.
In fact, over the last few years I've started paying real attention to the quality of the ingredients I use in my cooking - and put in my belly. This has ranged from getting organic vegetables from Abel and Cole, learning how to make my own bread and beer - without any additives - and regularly getting eggs from my parents' chickens. I've become convinced of the benefits to both health and soul, of doing this.
So, something that chimed with me was when I heard Adrien Nieto, the runner-up in season two of the American Masterchef quip "pay your farmer or pay your doctor."