On the hardest part of this new lifestyle:
"The worst part of this is the fear. The fear of not being accepted, or the fear of not getting to have food that tastes good anymore, or of being made fun of or ostracized.
"Once you get past that, it’s really just about logistics, so I think the hardest thing — the biggest change — was that I had to start cooking a lot more. That sounds weird, because it seems like all I do as a chef, but every normal family — even mine — falls back on takeout or going out to dinner, or even just picking up a packaged food to make things easier. So I really had to get into cooking meals for my family from scratch, which was for sure the biggest challenge."