Gordon Ramsay warns about eating plane food – ‘I know where it’s been’
Plane passenger STEALS food from the table behind them
Gordon Ramsay said there is “no f***ing way” he would eat plane food because he knows where it has been and where it goes having worked for airlines.
In a resurfaced interview with Refinery 29, Ramsay revealed his serious distaste for airplane food.
He said: “There’s no f***ing way I eat on planes.
“I worked for airlines for ten years, so I know where this food’s been and where it goes, and how long it took before it got on board.”
Ramsay made the comments despite owning a restaurant in Heathrow Airport in London called ‘Plane Food’.
He also used to advise Singapore Airlines on their in-flight meals as part of their Culinary Panel.
Instead of eating on planes, the famously hot-headed chef said he loads up on fancy food at a deli or wine bar in the airport before he boards the plane.
He said: “A nice selection of Italian meats, a little glass of red wine, some sliced apples or pears with some parmesan cheese.
“I’m like a pig in s***.”
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Flight attendant Celina Bedding even shares the same opinion as Ramsay advising passengers to avoid ordering food and drinking tap water on the plane wherever they can.
Celina urged passengers to “avoid plane food as much as you can” as they contain high quantities of salt making it a very unhealthy meal. “Higher than most ready meals we buy in supermarkets,” she revealed.
The flight attendant explained: “The reason behind it is the fact that because of the cabin pressure we lose around 30 percent of our taste buds.
“So the companies that prepare food for the airlines add much more salt to it in order to have a nice flavour at 40,000 feet.”
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