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Interview with Kyle, Alan and Mary

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Kyle: We received three meals a day.
Alan: you got three breakfast lunch and dinner
Mary: Three meals a day if you call what they call breakfast a meal

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Kyle: The portions were small. I lost 20 pounds.
Alan: the food was not to bad sometimes if you were one the last cell block by the time it got to you sometimes it would be cold and no food tastes to good cold if it was ment to be hot but it really was nbot to bad at all
Mary: It really wasn't that bad compared to other places I have been in. I did like the veggies that they served and I don't really have too many complaints about the food I liked the salad and the beans I am a country girl so the things they served fit into my lifestyle and had flavor

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Kyle: I liked the chicken but hated the pasta.
Alan: not really they gave you all kids of meals the biggest complaint was they did not give you enough food
Mary: I did not care for breakfast too much because at 3:30am a little box of cereal and a little thing of milk it not my favorite I guess that the favorite was burrito day

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Kyle: They offer commissary to inmates with money on there books. It's anything from personal hygiene stuff to cookies, chips, instant soup, candy bars.
Alan: you had to have family put money in your account and you would check off whaT SNACKS YOU WANTED TURNED IT IN TO THE C O AND THEY WOULD DELIVER VIR TO YOUR CELL ONCE A WEEK
Mary: there was only snacks offered if you had money and I didn't have too much and the prices were pretty steep for the small amount of servings you get so there are some people like me that did go a little hungry at night

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