Several members of patched Mongrel Mob have moved away from violence in exchange for their own Heils Kitchen, a page dedicated to promoting healthy eating and improved lifestyles.
The page is led by members of Mongrel Mob, describing themselves as "the most powerful cooking show in the nation".
Heils Kitchen mafia leaders say they are dedicated to healthy eating and encourage people to get rid of meals in exchange for smoothies and other healthier foods.
Members publish recipes, videos and ideas about promoting "healthy kai and home cooking" by announcing their anti-methamphetamine stance.
Patchy mobsters are asking members to "keep our whanau away from diabetes and obesity" by staying away from take-out and encouraging everyone to "cook fresh at home."
A large portion of the posts show
Popular foods include shrimp buns, salmon wings and the odd kiwi and cheese on toast, and chicken and tuna salads, along with pictures of fresh crabs and other seafood. 19659002] Group leaders have also encouraged members to replace fried food and French fries with salads to go with their fresh meat.
Several messages have revealed healthy alternatives that parents can cook that their children will like, including crunchy coconut coverage.
Group leaders describe their lifestyle as "vicious and delicious" and remind them of "fried your food not yourself".
The members of the group have also shown their birthday cakes with the theme of Mongrel Mob for their young children.
Despite the promotion of a healthy life and eating, the group was marred by the accusations of lying and cheating during a Mongrel Mob noodle food competition between a rival of another Facebook group food.
Video contest was posted on social networks, showing a food competition between Black Power and Mongrel Mob that ended badly.
The video shows two men sitting in an attempt to be the first to eat 13 packets of instant noodles each.
Tensions grew when the Facebook member of Kai Now questioned the Mongrel Mob mobster asking if he was playing fair.
"I want to see your uncle brother, who does not look like 13 packages there," he said.
"I know those bowls too! Those are small bowls!"
The video of the mafia kept away from the competitor and his bowl, which led to cheating claims.
Mafiosi mobsters claim that they never cheated, explaining that "the reception" was bad and "the phone fell." .
Each time the camera moved backwards, the level of the noodles had been significantly reduced, almost as if they had been overturned.
"Oi, your bowl looks lower, you cheated!" he exclaimed. "You dropped the camera three times, G".
The dispute over the noodles was resolved, and the two rival groups clashed in a pie-eating competition on Wednesday night.