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Jenny Ryan, 39, has addressed the horrifically bland food issue faced by the stars of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!. The Chase star admitted she would struggle to enjoy the rice and beans rations on the programme, and would not appear until she could bring in her own seasonings.

Speaking on the uninspired food offered to stars of the show, @jackryeo typed: “#ImACeleb is just a 3-week study in people learning the value of salt.”

In response, Jenny shared: “I won’t appear on #ImACeleb until I have figured out a foolproof way of bringing in a series worth of salt, some smoked paprika and about 100 stock cubes.”

 I’m A Celebrity is taking place in Wales for a second time this year with coronavirus turning travel rules and customs on their head.

While the most obvious change is the switch from the warm Australian outback to castle ruins in northern Wales, the food schedule has also been completely revamped.

Ironically, by removing the huge time difference that was in play when the show was in Australia, things have become more difficult for the crew and cast.

Celebs were usually up bright and early for Bushtucker Trials, giving them the morning to win stars, ready for a regular tea time.

In Wales, hosts Ant and Dec deliver the vote results around 10pm, with the chosen celeb(s) then going to carry out the trial.

Food is swiftly delivered afterwards, but the stars end up eating on the wrong side of midnight.

It means the cast don’t end up sleeping until around 3am.

Savvy AJ Pritchard had planned for the change prior to entering the castle.

He explained on brother Curtis’ podcast: “I’ve shifted all my times. We’ve been told to go to bed about 3am and wake up about 11am, because the trials will be filmed quite late at night due to having enough time to edit and you’ll find out who left maybe 11pm.”

The I’m A Celeb food rations are famously stingy, and while this year’s offerings can hardly be classed as a feast, the campmates will be taking on more calories than ever before.

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Bosses have reportedly introduced 100 calories extra per day, per person, to account for the fuel their bodies will need in the colder conditions.

A source told The Sun: “This year the food in camp will be carefully worked out by nutritionists to make sure campmates are getting enough calories in the cold so they don’t burn through it and grind to a halt – which could be possible with the expected huge drop in temperature in Wales.”

Many of the options on the menu this year are less exotic than previous offerings.

Out have gone Aussie specialities and in have come homegrown produce such as Welsh lamb, eel, and hare.

An insider said: “Producers are keen to celebrate British delicacies in the Bushtucker trials – both good and bad, from rough and ready tripe and trotters to traditions, like Black Pudding and rich, Welsh lamb, which non-veggie contestants will found mouth-watering after starving on rations for weeks.”

As diets become more diverse these days with many forgoing meat and dairy, I’m A Celeb has had to cater to those following different eating plans.

Last year, the show ensured Sir Mo Farah was fed halal meat, while Beverley Callard followed a vegan diet.

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