JM: How many meals did you get per day? Drew: Three morning noon and night Matt: We recieved three, SMALL meals a day.
JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why. Drew: I would rate the food probably a 4 out ten on a one
to ten sliding scale. Mostly soy products some make
inmates sick and there is a diet program which is
loosely followed and barely enforced according to
food allergies and other medical issues. It was
healthy though alot of breads and starchy items. Matt: If I were to rate the food on a scale of one
through ten, I would rate it at a 3. The taste is
alright I guess, but they dont give you enough to
fill you up. I know many other inmates who would
agree that they dont get fed enough, and that they
have spent many a long night hungry waiting for
the meager breakfast they supply.
JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals? Drew: My favorite meal was the chicken fried steak with
bread and carrots. My least favorite was the soy
patty also known as the beavertail. Matt: Every meal was my favorite, because I would be so
hungry waiting from the last. When your in a jail,
you dont have anything 'least' favorite, you eat
what you get and you eat all of it.
JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it? Drew: There was plenty of snacks offered outside of the
kitchen at a inflated rate. It was adequate soups
dry snacks cookies, pastries and chips. As well as
actual food and was almost double the street price
on some items. also hygiene was offered
Matt: No, there were no 'snacks' outside of meals,
besides comissary. Anything outside of the three
meals a day you recieved, you have to pay for.
Comissary is ok, if you can afford it. And its
EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE, prices can be up to at least
three times what they are on the outside.