Jamie Oliver's 'Food Revolution' can spread to you

The crushing part in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution comes half-way through the second episode, when the woman who administers the cafeterias for the Huntington, W.V. school district comes to Jamie to tell him that his first few delicious, fresh-cooked meals have cost twice the amount the processed, fried, chemical- and sugar-laden regular fare costs.

Cooking the Oliver way in school, she says, will need to be subsidized privately. In the show, he wasn't given a chance to answer the question sitting heavily in the air (at least for me): if we want to eat food that's made from scratch, is mostly organic and fresh and nutrient-dense, instead of the Party Pizza/chicken nugget/corn dog alternative, how are we ever going to afford that?