The very ordinary food given to the SAS Australia contestants revealed

The very ordinary food given to the SAS Australia contestants revealed


Worse than jail meals: The very ordinary food given to the SAS Australia recruits revealed… however Sam Burgess could not get sufficient


SAS Australia stars had been fed a weight loss plan of porridge and boiled eggs whereas filming the present, with one celeb claiming the ‘grub was worse than jail food’.

Cajun hen, lamb kofta and Thai beef noodle salad are amongst a few of the gadgets being fed to the 40,000-odd inmates who in Australia name jail dwelling.

Compare that with what was on the menu for SAS stars at present difficult for bragging rights on Channel Seven’s hit present.

Worse than prison meals: SAS Australia stars were fed a diet of porridge and boiled eggs, with one celebrity claiming the 'grub was worse than prison food'

Worse than jail meals: SAS Australia stars had been fed a weight loss plan of porridge and boiled eggs, with one celeb claiming the ‘grub was worse than jail food’

‘The food was completely dreadful. Porridge and a boiled egg for breakfast,’ mentioned one celeb contestant.

‘That was it. No espresso, no cereal, no bacon – no nothing. Most of us couldn’t stand it.’

‘They feed you higher in jail. At least there you get toast and jam and a scorching drink in the morning.

'The food was absolutely dreadful. Porridge and a boiled egg for breakfast,' said one celebrity contestant. 'That was it. No coffee, no cereal, no bacon - no nothing. Most of us couldn’t stand it

‘The food was completely dreadful. Porridge and a boiled egg for breakfast,’ mentioned one celeb contestant. ‘That was it. No espresso, no cereal, no bacon – no nothing. Most of us couldn’t stand it

‘It was clearly a part of the technique which was designed to try to break us. What I’d have given for a hash brown and sausage and egg McMuffin.’

And should you assume breakfast was dangerous, then lunch and dinner doesn’t get significantly better.

For lunch the 18 celebrities competing in the present had been fed a single wrap with lettuce and a small piece of hen whereas for dinner it was usually one piece of hen accompanied by both steam peas or lettuce leaves.

 And that was it. No dessert or something,’ mentioned one celeb contestant.

'It's not food': Tuesday's episode saw celebrity chef Manu complain about the selection of food offered while competing on the military style series

‘It’s not food’: Tuesday’s episode noticed celeb chef Manu complain about the number of food provided whereas competing on the navy fashion collection

‘For the huge guys like Sam (Burgess) and Mark (Philloupossis) it was robust going.

‘With the quantity of vitality being expended every day they’d have been ravenous the entire time.’

‘There had been instances we’d really feel sorry for the larger guys, and we might give them a few of the food off our plate. It was kind of like seconds when there weren’t seconds.’

Tuesday’s episode noticed celeb chef Manu complain about the number of food provided whereas competing on the navy fashion collection.

Sitting down alongside his recruits, the 48-year-old food critic appeared to have misplaced his urge for food as he threw his spoon at the desk.

‘You’re not having a lot luck with this,’ Jana Pittman commented.

‘I’m making an attempt,’ he replied, earlier than trying to swallow one other spoonful of porridge.

‘You do not usually eat porridge like this?’ requested fellow recruit Mark Philippoussis.

An irritated Manu replied: ‘No. I do not eat porridge full cease… I eat food.’

Couldn't get enough: But Sam Burgess, pictured left, couldn't get enough as he was left starving on the show

Couldn’t get sufficient: But Sam Burgess, pictured left, could not get sufficient as he was left ravenous on the present 

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