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Interview with Dan, Hugh and Wendy

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Dan: we got 3 meals a day and then some days we got 1 snack time
Hugh: You received three meals per day
Wendy: I only had one meal that day

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Dan: some of the food was good but i don't recommend it to the people on the outside because the chocolate in there is A LOT different then the chocolate on the outside, that is a good example but the hot-dogs and and fruit was good but other then that i dint recommend it
Hugh: I would rate the breakfast as good since I mixed a piece of cake with cerial which is actually pretty good some of the lunch was good and some wasn't this goes for dinner as well some trays were made real sloppy and you only received a spoon with butter on it
Wendy: the food is disgusting and some of the inmates that serve it look nasty, I didnt eat anything except for the orange. some of the people that handle the food will not get hired at a restaurant because of their appearance and the unsanitary conditions.. I was totally disgusted of the environment.

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Dan: not really i was hungry i ate almost everything on the plate because i was hungry but that's the only reason why
Hugh: My favorite would be the cakes and flakes as mentioned above but the beans and rice would be my least favorite
Wendy: are you kidding me there wasn't anything good except for an apple orange or other type fruit you can rinse off.

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Dan: yes we had brand named things like pop tarts and cheeses sticks and then chips from like lays and Doritos but that was about it we had a very minium to pick from and that
Hugh: There was snacks offered on commissary it was very expensive though we would make meals called breaks in between meals and prices were about 3 or 4 times the regular retail value very expensive in my opinion
Wendy: there was a commissary but it was highly expensive I didn't have any luxuries of it, but their prices were triple compare to stores out in public, their prices put foreign owned stores to shame.

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