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Interview with Grant, Will, Deshawn and Wes

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Grant: 3
Will: 3
Deshawn: 3 square meals per day.
Wes: 3

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Grant: sub standard heavy on the starch and non nutritional calories
Will: Better than expected but do not expect a steak house
Deshawn: The food was awful, they had no taste to it. Stale bread the meat was a mystery, we would call it mystery meat. Same thing would be repeated every 2 weeks. So you no when you would have to bring your own food out your room to eat at the chow hall.
Wes: 0 it tastes like nothing

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Grant: probaly beef hot dogs and burgers
Will: None really
Deshawn: Every first and third Friday we would get pizza which wasn't that bad because how hard is it to mess that up? And second and fourth Fridays was fried chicken which was ok. The least favorite was the soups which was made from all the left over food they had for the week. It was awful just imagine all that left over food cooked up in to a stew.
Wes: no

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Grant: yes they offered price giouging canteen food for instace a pack of ramen numbers goes for .10 on the outside inside they charge .75
Will: Yes
Deshawn: No other snacks were offered, now the commissary was pretty good. You would have a pretty good selection but a little expensive. The ramen soups are single packs and they were $1.00 a piece for ramen noodles. Out here you can buy a 12 pack of ramen noodles for $ 2.00
Wes: no commissary was the best the prices were reasonable

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