Well, the LAUSD has given a firm 'heck no,' to Oliver's cameras, but the food revolutionist has an answer ready: an 18-wheeler food revolution truck.
The truck is outfitted with a built-in kitchen (see photos below) where he'll teach kids and families how to cook healthy, nutritious meals.
According to USA Today, "Oliver has received more than $1 million in donations of cash and labor for the truck and other elements of his campaign to fight obesity."
Sounds like a powerhouse idea. But we have to ask: what's his plan for neutralizing the carbon footprint of that truck?
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