What would Pete think? My Kitchen Rules star Manu Feidel makes fun of the latest vegan flour Tiger Nut which is paleo… a controversial diet backed by his co-host Evans
Published: 00:01 EDT, 10 July 2019 | Updated: 00:03 EDT, 10 July 2019
He is the celebrity chef known for his love of butter and rich creamy sauces.
And it seems the latest vegan flour trend has left My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feidel baffled.
Taking to Facebook, the 45-year-old seemed quite shocked to discover organic ‘tiger nut flour.’
Shocked! The latest vegan flour trend has left My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feidel (pictured) baffled
The French chef, who lives in Australia, shared a photo of the Coles branded product, captioning the post: ‘Whaaaaaat!!!?’
Despite the confusion, the vegan flour is Paleo, a controversial diet backed by his MKR co-host Pete Evans.
The diet, which involves eating meat, chicken, fish, nuts and seeds, was brought into the spotlight in Australia by the famed chef.
‘Whaaaaaat!!!?’ Manu seemed quite shocked as he shared a photo of the Coles branded product to his Facebook page
Pete claimed to follow the strict diet and developed a 10 week program ‘tailored to a Paleo lifestyle,’ according to his website.
He has also developed a television program ‘The Paleo Way,’ dedicated to sharing recipes.
Meanwhile, My Kitchen Rules celebrated its 10th anniversary this year and the duo spoke to TV Week about working together.
Pete can explain: The vegan flour is paleo, a controversial diet backed by co-host Pete Evans (pictured Manu and Pete on MKR)
‘We’re together for five to six months full-time, during which we see one another every day or every other day,’ Pete told the publication.
The pair admitted their love of cooking has helped them develop a unique bond.
‘We have spent half of the year together, every year, for the past 10 years, so there’s definitely a bromance and a special bond,’ Manu added.
Way of life: Pete (pictured) has developed a 10-week program and television show ‘The Paleo Way,’ dedicated to sharing recipes