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Jamie Oliver: 'I don't like chefs who shout and swear'

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Jamie Oliver has revealed that he has little time for chefs who shout and swear.

The Ministry of Food presenter said that he feels taking such an approach in the kitchen is not constructive.

Oliver told the Radio Times: "I don't like chefs that go round shouting and swearing. If they treated my students like that they'd get pans round their heads. You can't do it."

Jamie Oliver launches the second season of his Emmy-award winning 'Food Revolution’ series in Los Angeles, California

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The chef also added that working with young trainees such as those supported by his Fifteen charitable foundation requires a less confrontational approach.

Oliver explained: "Working with kids who have had a difficult time, you can't bully them, because that's all they've ever had. You've got to make it as fun as possible."

The 36-year-old recently took his healthy eating campaign to the United Nations, writing an open letter to the organisation's secretary general Ban Ki-Moon.

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