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Interview with Danny

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Danny: 3 meals per day, breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but they were served at odd hrs. breakfast was at 6:30. and lunch was at 11:30, and dinner was at 5. so by the time later in the evening you were hungry again, and had to rely on your commisarry if you had any.

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Danny: overall concidering the type of institution, i would say they mostly ok, weekend breakfasts were the best, because they were cooked, like french toast, and eggs, and bacon, or sausage, they would give hot chocolite aswell. most of the lunches and dinners that were cooked was good. some times they would have cold cut sandwiches for lunch that wasnt the greatest. i did notice that alot of the meals consisted of multiple starches, which made it very easy to gain weight from eating them

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Danny: Breakfast on the weekends was always the favorite, because they were cooked, and not the regular cereal and toast that you got every other day. most of the cooked meals for lunch and dinner was good, some of the cold lunches like cold cut sandwiches were kinda lame.

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Danny: no snacks offered. anything that you wanted extra was purchased from the commissary. i have to say the list of available products was quit large, however a lot of the items were grossly over priced.

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