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Interview with Charles and Lynne

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Charles: We got three meals a day and snack.
Lynne: 3 meals a day square

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Charles: There is no way I can give 50 words on this. I food was subpar. I love to eat but it took a while for me to get use to the food. It was cold when it was suppose to be hot and hot when it should be cold. Not good.
Lynne: I would rate the food as i wouldn't even offer it to a homeless person it waz always cold very nasty too many carbohydrates it makes you constipated they never serve meat for breakfast they feed you to EARLY so all night you are starving unless you have snacks to eat

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Charles: Not really. If I had to pick I woulds say chicken because it hard to mess up chicken. I also like rerad.
Lynne: All of the meals were my least favorite I didn't eat any of it ever I always ate commissary always

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Charles: Commissary was pretty good and not too costly. There was not many other snacks available after regular meals. Commissary had good things to choose from. Things that you can get onlt from outside. The prices were comparable.
Lynne: Commissary didn't come around enough you had a limit the selection was horrible prices way to expensive they messed your order up all the time the ppl ha e horrible attitudes correctional officers take your food

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