Glamour Trials Us To Try Living Like A Celebrity For A Week

“If you’re a celebrity that needs to look good in a hurry, yet you’re not so famous that you have your own personal chef, the next rung down is The Pure Package.”

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“There’s nothing wrong with vegetables, even raw ones, if you don’t have to prepare them for yourself – as I found out via The Pure Package’s home-delivered meals. If you’re a celebrity that needs to look good in a hurry, yet you’re not so famous that you have your own personal chef, the next rung down is The Pure Package. The food arrives in the dead of the night, and when you open your front door in the morning you have everything you need for that day: three meals, two snacks, an ice pack, the whole lot.”

 

“A typical day might deliver scrambled eggs on rye with tomatoes; aubergine dip with oatcakes; salmon and spelt pasta salad; grapes and cashews; chicken, quinoa and roasted vegetables. My fella immediately nicked the chicken. There’s no wheat, ever. Pasta is like celebrity kryptonite. Otherwise, it’s all delicious – and there’s something about never having to think what to eat next that is weirdly reassuring. It’s like being five again. There you are, minding your own business and someone hands you some squash and a biscuit. I can imagine it would be hard for control freaks but for everybody else it’s a good solution.”

-Zoe Williams
Extract from Glamour, July 2012