Fridge Tour: What Does A Bone Broth Entrepreneur Eat In A Day?

There’s nothing we love more than snooping in other people’s kitchens. This week Irish businesswoman (and Dragon’s Den favourite) and bone broth extraordinaire Sarah Kiely of Sadie’s Kitchen gave us a nose inside her fridge and asides from pouch after pouch of that delicious broth, we’re more than happy that – despite being a very healthy eater – she too loves a good steak. Oh, and she’s fond of a late-night snack, which is even better in our eyes. 

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Fresh prawns, fillet steak, free range chicken, cooked salmon fillets, cucumbers, cottage cheese, vermicelli noodles, limes, chilies, root veg and tons of sparkling water.

What is your comfort food?

I absolutely adore a warming chicken pho. It’s my go-to when I’m feeling rubbish or have had a late night. The mixture of spices, aromatic broth, and silky noodles are so restorative and nourishing. I live off the stuff.

What’s the ultimate hangover cure?

Pho or a very spicy Bloody Mary.

If you could only pick three things to eat for the rest of your life, what would they be?

Fillet steak, kimchi & bone broth.

 What would your last meal on earth be?

A really good steak, whipped mashed potatoes, asparagus and lashing of pepper sauce.

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What do you typically eat in a day?

I’m not a huge morning person, so breakfast isn’t an urge unless it’s a lazy weekend brunch. On fast days, I’ll sip bone broth until dinner time two nonconsecutive days a week and enjoy a balanced dinner.  Lunch is usually a salad from Chopped or a salmon fillet and last night’s veg. I am a big dinner person and always need the warming feeling a proper meal gives me at that hour. Most of my meals are bone broth based, especially if I am eating late. I am a late-night snacker, so try to limit the amount of unhealthy options in the pantry as best I can.

Breakfast is… usually, a cup of bone broth unless it’s the weekend, then a late breakfast/early brunch of eggs and sourdough anything.

Lunch is… a salad or lean protein with some rough veggies

Dinner is… a pho, Italian Wedding Soup, mini-stew, chicken noodle broth etc…

 Is there anything you don’t eat? 

I’m not a huge fan of oysters.

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