Jamie Oliver is raising the stakes for his Food Revolution by bringing it to one of America's biggest cities, Los Angeles. However, when LAUSD, the nation's second largest school district, slams the door in his face and prohibits him from entering, he immediately has to rethink his approach. Jamie's first order of business is to gain the support of the parents and teachers in the community.
Jamie brings his message to Los Angeles but faces difficulties when the school district locks him out of the lunch program.
Jamie succeeds in his efforts to gain support and is permitted to teach students about healthy cooking in a high school outside of the LAUSD.
Jamie and his culinary students are banned from serving food at West Adams Prep High School.
Jamie teaches students about the short-term consequences of eating unhealthy foods; Jamie helps a family see the benefits of preparing a meal together; Jamie discovers who was responsible for revoking his film permits.
Jamie Lee Curtis presents Jamie Oliver with the Public Health Champion Award; Jamie challenges chefs to teach students how to cook.
A meeting with the district's incoming superintendent gives Jamie hope; Jamie puts together a cooking competition for students.