Yet another thing we and the former Bachelorette babe have in common.
Opening up to The Daily Telegraph about her new TV gig as a contestant on Channel Seven’s Hell’s Kitchen, Sam revealed that she’d pick awkward dates over whipping up a meal any day of the week.
“I’m not just one of those people who says they’re terrible and then is really good. I’m actually really, really bad. I burn a cheese toastie," she says of her cooking (in)ability.
“I’m not even kidding. I burnt my toast today, but it adds flavour, it’s fine."
The newly single star went on to confess that she deemed the program “10 times tougher than The Bachelor or The Bachelorette”, due in part to the notoriously scary host Marco Pierre White, who she fondly compares to “the big scary principal”.
“Awkward love moments happen in my everyday life but cooking for 180 guests in two hours is something I’ve never done before… I get shaky and Marco Pierre definitely pulls me up on it,” the 27-year-old quipped.
She joins the cast in an attempt to remedy what she deems to be “lazy” skills in the kitchen. On what she normally eats on a day-to-day basis, Sam admits: “I usually just eat that... 90-second [rice] you can heat up in the microwave” and “cans, cans, cans, cans, cans”.
But despite her microwaving tendencies, Sam has been following a healthy eating plan mapped out specifically for by trainer to the stars, Blake Worrall-Thompson, in preparation for her stint as Bachelorette.
In an interview with Cosmopolitan Australia, the PT revealed that Sam starts her day with two eggs, smoked salmon, spinach and tomatoes.
For lunch she enjoyed a chicken salad with avocado, kale, cucumber and capsicum, and for dinner she'll much away on some salmon with steamed greens.
Is anyone else's mouth watering?