The 25-year-old and her fellow finalists Michael Weldon, Kate Bracks and Alana Lowes were asked to create three courses that told their life story during the three-house challenge.
The quartet had all come under fire after serving up raw chicken during a task earlier in the week. As a result, judges George Calombaris, Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan decided to place them all up for elimination instead of the bottom two.
Venn said in a live chat with Herald Sun readers that she was happy with the way that producers portrayed her on the show, writing: "I really felt what came across was a true reflection of myself. I am emotional and happy and I was really happy with that."
She added that she was most proud of her dish for the Dalai Lama, saying that "it had meaning and I won the challenge".
Venn also revealed that she has started up her own cookery blog and shared more about her plans to open an Asian grocery store, saying: "This place will be a bit more boutique and accessible, I feel like a lot of people don't go [to such stores] as they are afraid of the ingredients and don't ask for help.
"You could see samples and get a cooking demo and use locally made sauces - not just imported products."
MasterChef continues tonight at 7.30pm on Channel Ten. The grand final takes place on Sunday, August 7.
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