A farmer has had the same meal every day for the past ten years.
Wilf Davies is so committed to one particular dinner that he even has it on Christmas day.
For the past decade he has been chowing down on two pieces of fish, one big onion, an egg and baked beans at the end of each day.
For dessert, he finishes off the well-rounded meal with a few biscuits.
Wilf, who lives in Teifi valley, Wales, is only slightly less relentlessly consistent when it comes to his lunch.
The sheep farmer enjoys a pear, an orange and four sandwiches with paste.
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Occasionally he will eat some soup if the weather is particularly chilly.
The 72-year-old, who looks after 71 sheep, has spent his entire life farming and has only once left Wales – to visit a farm in England.
“I’m not interested in other food. I’ve never had Chinese, Indian, French food. Why change?” Wilf told the Guardian.
“I’ve already found the food I love.”
As well as having farming in his blood, a strict dinner regime also seems to be genetic for Wilf.
His uncle would have bread, butter, cheese and tea for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a pot of jam brought out for visitors.
Wilf has never been tempted to leave his west Wales farm for a long period and does not like the idea of living in a city on top of everyone else.
His philosophy when it comes to eating is one he has learned from his livestock who, he notes, never ask for anything else for their supper.
“Feeding the sheep and seeing how happy they are makes me happy, too,” he said.
When challenged about the mercilessly strict nature of his regime, Wilf argues that the secret of a good life is enjoying your work and loving where you live.
Despite having lived there his entire life, his farm and the birds that visit it still fill him of wonder.