This is how the participants in the Farm eat – from morning to evening

Setting up in a program like Farmen Sweden is not directly the easiest. For a whole year, a bunch of strangers will run a farm – just as it did 100 years ago. There is no electricity or running water. In addition, there is only a narrow range of food and other necessities.

But many of the participants see the competition as a challenge where they get to test what they can and cannot do.

In addition to the meager supply of food and non-existent electricity, it has been revealed that the participants also sleep very poorly. This is due to snoring, rams in bed, thin mattresses and rats in the walls.

Phillip-Lloyd enjoys an egg sandwich. Image source: TV4Play

However, it was recently one of the participants from 2019 who revealed that every year it happens that participants have gone and received sweets, coffee and calls home from people who live nearby cottages.

– During my season, an aunt lived some distance away in the forest where I know that some of the participants went and got food, sweets, coffee and could call home. It was the same on the croft. There were some summer guests who lived some distance away who used to go fishing on the lake that belonged to the croft. Through them you could if you wanted to order sweets that they put under the bridge, the male participant from 2019 told News24.

What does a farmer eat?

But what does the Farmers’ daily menu really look like? What do they really have to provide for themselves?

The farmers start every day with porridge made from rye. Image source: TV4Play

– The participants eat porridge made from rye for breakfast. For the other meals, they have potatoes and other root vegetables, onions and various legumes. Salt and oil are also available, he says Joel Bendrik, executive producer.

In addition to the above, some of the Farmers have taken edible things with them as personal items. Among other things, cheesecakes and cinnamon. If they complete their missions, they will also be rewarded with, among other things, animals and food.

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