Pete Evans Praised For His Daring New Asbestos Broth Recipe

Pete Evans Praised For His Daring New Asbestos Broth Recipe


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CELEBRITY chef Pete Evans’ alternative dieting movement has been praised after an interview with journalist Mike Willesee on the Seven Network’s Sunday Night program.

Willesee shed five kilograms after taking up the controversial diet for 10 weeks, which included giving up soft drink, dairy foods, grains and legumes, and starting an exercise routine. However, Channel Seven is under fire today for their indifferent attitude to Evans’ new self-titled superfood. The high-fibre “fibrous crystals” – a set of six naturally occurring silicate minerals found only in the outskirts of industrial China.

Viewers and food experts, however, took to social media to denounce the paleo diet and criticise Seven and Evans, who is also a judge on the network’s highest rating reality show My Kitchen Rules.

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A high-ranking member of the CFMEU spoke to the Betoota Advocate this morning about the Evans diet, and in particular, his inclusion of a children’s Asbestos broth – which is listed as a suitable replacement for breast milk.

“We have spent 40 years trying to remove Asbestos from work sites around this country, and here is this idiot telling people to feed it to their children,”

“I’m no health professional, but obviously neither is this bloke. I think he deserves to do time for this one”

However, the Australian Anti-Vaxxer movement have thrown their full support behind Evans, praising him for “sticking it to the corporate big pharma” and his unrelenting position towards questioning everything  “mainstream”.

Increasingly irrelevant Australian cartoonist, Michael Leunig rushed to defend Evans when speaking to The Betoota Advocate this morning.

“Pete Evans is a rogue, a maverick, a mercenary for the skeptics. He might not be able to back his work with air-tight facts, but he is starting a conversation that needs to be had,”

“There has been no actual research into whether or not Asbestos broth might harm the human body. Let alone a babies body,”

“We live in a society that tells us our infants are supposed to depend on milk that comes out of their mothers teat. What are we dealing with here? Babies or cows?”


This not the first time Evans has been under fire for playing God, with his controversial baby paleo cookbook, Bubba Yum Yum: The Paleo Way for new mums, babies & toddlers, having to be released over iTunes because publisher would touch it.

A DIY baby formula made from blended livers, bone broth and oils caused dietitians the most concern.

“In my view, there’s a very real possibility that a baby may die if this book goes ahead,” president of the Public Health Association of Australia, Professor Heather Yeatman.

A fibrous crystal mine, where third-world workers are exploited into farming this new superfood that also proves to be fire proof
A fibrous crystal mine, where third-world workers are exploited into farming this new superfood that also proves to be fire proof



19 Responses to "Pete Evans Praised For His Daring New Asbestos Broth Recipe"

  1. Netrider   August 25, 2015 at 4:15 am

    research indicates there are many forms of asbestos…some more dangerous than others…there is no research which indicates any of it is safe under all circumstances…so why go there…especially as a food or dietary additive….so why even bother to go there????

  2. Tom Glaister   August 25, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    As a mother of four, a yoga practitioner and an Anti-Vaccinaiton advocate living on Sydney’s beautiful Northern Beaches I believe the Paleo diet is one of best things in my life and the only thing protecting my family from chemtrails…which EXIST!

    • sheilaa   September 2, 2016 at 4:54 am

      I hope for your children’s sake they never contract measles. Vaccination has saved millions of children from suffering from diseases, many which can be life threatening as in the case of whooping cough, polio, diptheria, and measles. Your choice of not having vaccinations makes your own children a health hazard to others, a very selfish attitude

  3. Storm presser-king   August 31, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    sure thing tom glaister. you have a wild imagination don’t you.

  4. AD   August 31, 2016 at 12:26 pm

    I tried the Absestos broth with a pinch of arsenic and a dash of the organic compound trichloromethane, it cleared my sinuses and made my insides feel like they were on fire. Thanks Pete.

  5. Gwet   August 31, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    Asbestos is dangerous to breathe in due its physical structure. It isn’t toxic.

    • sheilaa   September 2, 2016 at 4:48 am

      and to swallow it can lead to peritoneal mesothelioma. People are talking complete rubbish about things they have no knowledge of. Mesothelioma is incurable, takes decades to develop, and a horrendous condition.

  6. Hayden   August 31, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    Tom Glaister you are an idiot and should be removed from earth immediately.

  7. Pete is cancer   August 31, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    Anti vaccinators are cancer. Also chem trails dont exist you conspiracy theory low IQ’d whack job. Calling people sheep for not being a complete moron like yourself! Hahaha. Get your head examined!

  8. axle   August 31, 2016 at 3:28 pm

    Now ! everybody know asbestos is perfectly safe when wet, so when you have finished your delicious broth around the family living room fire pit if you could just place yourself and of course your loved ones in the fully Palio body bags provided by that nice man in the hazardous encounter suite and calmly wait to desiccate that would be fantastic .

  9. Stella   August 31, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    Tom Glaister – interesting name for a mother of 4! Please keep your children away from mine. Your choice, your responsibility and your consequence. Don’t make it your choice; my consequence. If you’re advocating a Paleo diet which includes Asbestos in any form – you’re an idiot. I also live on the Northern Beaches; as did 4 generations of my family. It makes no difference where you live and bringing that up makes you a tosser as well.

  10. Bernie   August 31, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    As always, great reporting from the Betoota mob!

  11. Michael Leunig   August 31, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    You’re all #sheeple

  12. Seamus Duffy   August 31, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    Sounds good enough to have with Fukushima Shellfish… Cooked in Frack Water… The Minister for Harmless Substances says so. Any of them really, Morrison, Dutton, Matthias Kormann all recommend this diet…

  13. ANTI- AntiVacc   August 31, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    Must be AWESOME at your place Tom.

  14. JG   September 5, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    The guy is a cook. Excellent at his job. Using it to promote a well proven carcinogen and a diet used by people in the past who grew to 150cm and died at 40(the paleo era in case you missed where it came from Pete) is irresponsible and plain stupid. Stick to cooking, although with those whacko ideas no one should risk being poisoned. Hardy’s are paying millions for poisoning people with asbestos who did not know what they were doing Now a numbskull is suggesting you voluntarily eat it and that it is good for you. Please shut this guy down and leave him to join the antivax kooks in dying. Sad they might take their unsuspecting families with them!

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  16. Sally-Anne   October 5, 2016 at 1:47 pm

    Referring to sheilaa’s comment about non-vaccinated kids being a danger to others, I can’t quite understand why this would be. Does the vaccination not actually work? If it does, why would there be a problem in coming into contact with whatever has been vaccinated against?

    • JD   November 30, 2016 at 5:55 pm

      The risk is more to children who are unable to be vaccinated for specific medical reasons (a compromised immune system as an example). These children’s primary form of protection is minimising possible exposure to illnesses such as measles.

      Exposure to these mostly preventable illnesses will likely lead to more significant, potentially life threatening symptoms when compared to the risks faced by children with a healthy immune system who have not been vaccinated.

      This is not to say that the children of anti-vaxxers face no risk from these illnesses themselves, rather that their unwillingness dramatically increases the overall pool of unvaccinated children who can potentially come into contact with these illnesses, and then potentially spread them among their more vulnerable peers.


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