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Interview with Viktor, Veronica and Paula

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Viktor: 3
Veronica: 3 meals a day only
Paula: You got 3 meals aday. In the jail.

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Viktor: In Johnson County, miserable! Farm-out counties wasn't too bad.
Veronica: Very bad. It was so bland and just bad but that is all there was so they just make big batches at a time. a lot of people to feed so everyone got the same thing ate the same amount and there was no spices no seasonings just very bad
Paula: The food was very bland. It was made in great big pots and pans. Over cooked. Tasted bad. and the portions was very small. You never got full if you could handle eating it to begin with. Just bad food., And you couldn't get other peoples food or you would get wrote up.

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Viktor: Yes
Veronica: all of it was bad. Bisquits and grave was the best I think but it was all bad. But you ate what you got or starved.
Paula: No the food was all bad so there really wasn't any better than any. But if I had to choose Bisquits and gravy was probably my favorite.

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Viktor: Commissary. If you had money on your books, you could buy food, clothing, etc.
Veronica: no meals outside of your 3 meals a day. Yes there was commissary but it was kinds expensive. a bag of chips was like a dollar. roman noodles candy bars. very expensive in the jail.
Paula: You could order commissary once a week if you had money. But it was expensive. Like one of those little roman noodles that in the store you pay like 15 cents you pay 80 cents in there.

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