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Interview with Ian, Ron and Bodie

JM: How many meals did you get per day?
Ian: 3 meals a day.
Ron: 3 meals per day.
Bodie: 3 breakfast , lunch and dinner. unless you have your own commissary and they you can eat whenever cuz its yours.

JM: How would you rate the food? Please give details of why.
Ian: I always had a ton of commissary to offset it. I'd rate it a 3.
Ron: At first I would not eat. after a while obviously I had to. there were better meals than others but, definately could have been better.
Bodie: Well not the greatest food but not the worst either you just get sick of cabbage as salad day after day and things mushed together calling it dinner. You tend to get cake or cookied 24/7 and rolls always get cabbage and not much flavor to somethings

JM: Did you have any favorite/least favorite meals?
Ian: The tacos were a favorite but only served it once a month. The worst was the lunches. They would throw together a gross soup from leftovers and toss in hot dogs and put mustard on top of that.
Ron: We got this stuff that people called cat food which was the worst. The best was meat loaf.
Bodie: They only breakfast I would get up for was the pancakes they were usually good and dinner was always the breakpads like meatloaf kind of that was the ones that were fave by most. I liked the cooked veggies they were always good.

JM: Were there any other snacks offered outside of meals? What was commissary like and how expensive was it?
Ian: You get commissary once week. Order on Thursday and get it on Saturday.
Ron: There was commissary provided but, obviously had to pay for that. and that was once a week and outrageously expensive.
Bodie: not unless you bought it off commissary they give you the three meal if you want more than that you got to have funds are your books they would offer extra trays if they had them and left over sack lunches from court.

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