Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, widely known as the "Naked Chef" after his hit TV series, blames the obesity crisis on schools for failing to teach students how to cook. Oliver told a British government panel exploring the growing crisis that the inability to cook has driven families to turn to fast food as a primary source of nutrition, reports the Guardian.
Oliver rejected the notion that poor diet is an economic issue. "There are plenty of city boys who earn—used to earn—a lot of money who can't nourish their kids," he said. "It is categorically not about money or time. It's about knowledge."