I'm an ex-restaurateur - a chef , recipe developer, restaurant consultant of 15 years and recently a food anthropologist. Poor diet is now the number one cause of death worldwide ahead of smoking - and the UK has among the worst rates of food security in the developed world. I'm on a mission to set up "Sometimes": an organic neighbourhood delivery kitchen with a practice informed by socio-cultural and environmental issues that are currently affecting our food system. Sometimes will work with recipes that reflect the neighbourhood it's based in. It will use the age-old preparations people love to eat and turn them into waste-free and microbiome-boosting recipes sourcing ingredients solely from local independent suppliers. We'll use a chunk of the profits to create a platform called 'You and I eat the same' - where we can provide the same dishes through a paid forward stigma-free food delivery scheme while enabling residents to support their neighbours on a low income.