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Interview with Randy, Will and Cynthia

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Randy: 3 if u can call them meals.
Will: Three.
Cynthia: 3

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Randy: Not fit for human consumption.
Will: Average institutional food, on par with many hospitals and schools. Never served hot, merely warm at best, cold at worst.
Cynthia: um i'd say a 7.i'd rate it higher but the portions are kind of small.

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Randy: Splatter patty, ham and beans and commissary are the only things I'd call food.
Will: I remember splatter patties being thought of highly, and the beans and ham as well since it was also served with a large chunk of corn bread.
Cynthia: my favorite meals would be biscuits and gravy,chicken patty,chicken strips,mashed potatoes,mosticolli,spaghetti,cornbread,chow mein and my least favorite would be scrambled eggs,ham and beans,chicken soup,cheesy rice,polish sausage,cold cut sandwich

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Randy: U buy it via the commissary. They send around order forms and it comes whenever they feel like it.
Will: Commissary was expensive and only came once a week. Too expensive to be viable unless your family and friends have money to throw away. You can probably do alright supplementing your meals with about 30 dollars a week in commissary but it's not worth it in my opinion.
Cynthia: no there were no other snacks offered.the commissary wasn't was mostly junk type of chips,cookies,and candy.a small bag of chips was $1,a honey bun was $1.25,a bag of candy was around $1.

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