JM: How many meals did you get per day? Ron: I REFUSED FOOD FOR THE DURATION OF TIME I WAS
THERE!!! HOWEVER THE FOOD THEY OFFERED WAS NOT
HEALTHY AND LOOKED LIKE A WRAPPED PIECE OF
ROTTEN GARBAGE!!!! I LITERALLY STARVED AND DID
NOT HAVE WATER EITHER!! I WAS TOLD THAT MOST
PEOPLE THAT EAT THE FOOD USUALLY ENDS UP DEAD IN
A FEW YEARS! mike: 3 Brian: There were 3 meals a days. Starting at 5am.
Inmates could also eat throughout the day if they
JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why. Ron: I WOULD RATE THE FOOD THE LOWEST RATING I COULD
GIVE!!! AS A MATTER OF FACT I WOULD NOT WASTE
TIME EVENT TRYING TO RATE. I WILL SAY IT ALMOST
LOOKED LIKE SOMETHING THAT SOMEONE ELSE HAD
ALREADY ATE AT ONE TIME!!! mike: on a scale of 1-10.....0 Brian: The food was healthy and basic. According to the
handbook, the meals were prepared on a daily
calorie scale. They gave you just what was
required to survive. Nothing more, nothing less.
The good thing is you could trade food to fulfill
an appetite if needed to and you could also
purchase additional food from the commissary.
JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals? Ron: THIS QUESTION DOES NOT APPLY AS I DID NOT
CONSUME ANY FOOD OFFERED BECAUSE OF QUESTIONABLE
SIDE EFFECTS!!! mike: I felt as if they were all bad and no even enogh
quanity. Brian: The best and most popular meal was the Sunday
chicken dinner. It was a reminder of food from the
JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it? Ron: NOTHING ELSE WAS OFFERED TO ME T ALL!!! AS A
MATTER OF FACT SOME OF THE BIG FAT COPS WERE
EATING THE FOOD THAT WE WERE TO BE EATING!!! mike: commisary. if you had money in your account you
can order commisary. which is 2 times a week. Brian: Commissary was offered twice a week. The prices
were decent, and the snacks offered were ok. They
seem to change the menu at times, to reduce the
size and increase the price. But overall, it was ok.