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Pete Evans WILL return to My Kitchen Rules despite the Paleo backlash

Pete Evans will return for another season of My Kitchen Rules alongside Manu Feildel, in spite of the scandal surrounding his polarising Paleo cookbook for kids that was pulled from bookshelves.

Pete Evans
The day after the MKR season six grand final aired, Pete took to social media to confirm he would be returning.
Pete wrote on his Facebook page: “Just wanted to say a huge thanks to all the passionate crew on MKR this year for creating another memorable series. Manu and I will be back filming the 7th series when I get back from the states after filming "The Paleo Way" series 2 and "Moveable Feast" for PBS. Keep cooking with Love and Laughter.”
Currently in Los Angeles filming the second series of his show the Paleo Way, and the third season of Moveable Feast, the celebrity chef is showing no signs of slowing down just because the popular Channel Seven reality show has wrapped.
Pete Evans shared posts to his Facebook page confirming that he would be returning to another season of MKR, and giving a glimpse into his travels as he films in the States.
The 42-year-old is clearly undeterred by his detractors, which includes none other than the Public Health Association of Australia who condemned his children's cookbook Bubba Yum Yum: The Paleo Way. Its President even declared that “a baby may die” if following some of the advice in the book.
Instead, the chef is continuing his Paleo mission, continuing to explore the controversial carbohydrate-shunning diet as he travels around the United States.
Pete also shared a glimpse from the filming of the new show with his Facebook followers.
Posting pictures from on the road he also wrote: “Brilliant day filming in Kentucky, Tennessee with chef Anthony Lamas and Dan Wright. The food was SMOKIN HOT and we got to hang at a bison farm that practices holistic farming management. It is happening folks, intelligent, conscious and holistic farming practices.”
Like it or not, Pete is determined to stay on screen!
Pete Evans shares pictures from a Bison farm in Kentucky, Tennessee as he films Moveable Feast
Pete filming scenes State-side

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