Gross school food.......
The Overcomer

Monroe, GA

#43 Feb 26, 2013
tayepot wrote:
At this school healthy food is offered, but it doesnt seem fresh. I understand that the lunch ladies try hard ,but they should be made to eat the food. Also the students have 7 classes per day and have a hard time keeping up with their lunch. The lockers are not close to their classes and it seems un fair to me. Come on, all adult get to choose what they want for lunch' our children dont. Your boss don't say your having this disgusting lunch eat it or go hungry.
YUCK!
What the heck are your talking about!? In my school we have 7 classes a day and on every Wednesday we always get horrible personal (round) and triangular processed school pizza! I don't think so. That is the most disgusting crap I have ever tasted since January. Do you call a school pizza, French fries, and greasy burgers healthy? I don't think so,'cause they give you diabetes!
FCHS 2010

United States

#44 Feb 27, 2013
The Overcomer wrote:
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What the heck are your talking about!? In my school we have 7 classes a day and on every Wednesday we always get horrible personal (round) and triangular processed school pizza! I don't think so. That is the most disgusting crap I have ever tasted since January. Do you call a school pizza, French fries, and greasy burgers healthy? I don't think so,'cause they give you diabetes!
The problem, I think, is not with the local lunch room ladies. It's with the school board who goes along with all the regulation handed down from Atlanta and even from the hated Federal Government in Washington.

If you turned the lunch room ladies loose, gave them fresh foods, local when available, I doubt not they could come up with a good lunches.

IDEA: Stage a boycott on a pre-announced day. On that day, encourage everyone to bring a lunch from home, quietly post notices of what is being planned in restrooms and other location, and stage suprise, peaceful rally on the school grounds with signs. They can't arrest several hundreds.

It's high time for local communites to take back their schools, which have been turned into prisons with prison foods.

Do I hear an Amen out there?
Devin

United States

#45 Feb 27, 2013
The Overcomer wrote:
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What the heck are your talking about!? In my school we have 7 classes a day and on every Wednesday we always get horrible personal (round) and triangular processed school pizza! I don't think so. That is the most disgusting crap I have ever tasted since January. Do you call a school pizza, French fries, and greasy burgers healthy? I don't think so,'cause they give you diabetes!
It constipates me. Last time I ate the pizza you are talking about I didn't go for four days. What do they put in that stuff?
The Overcomer

Monroe, GA

#46 Feb 27, 2013
Devin wrote:
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It constipates me. Last time I ate the pizza you are talking about I didn't go for four days. What do they put in that stuff?
I mean imagine these students getting angry by eating this food. If the lunch people serve that unhealthy school pizza it's their problem. I don't want to get sick by eating nasty pizza crap...i'd only eat the DiGiorno Italian Pizza you'd buy at a grocery store for less than $20.

Same goes for school hamburgers, if you eat it too much that might increase your risk of getting diabetes.
The Overcomer

Monroe, GA

#47 Feb 27, 2013
Devin wrote:
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It constipates me. Last time I ate the pizza you are talking about I didn't go for four days. What do they put in that stuff?
They put small pieces of loads of cheese in the bread, grease, loads of fat and sugar, and the pizza is round and sometimes has sausage in it!
Ashey

Morganton, GA

#48 Feb 28, 2013
Devin wrote:
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It constipates me. Last time I ate the pizza you are talking about I didn't go for four days. What do they put in that stuff?
It dose the opposite to me. I refused to eat the slop, nor would I give it to my animals. Send it to the Board of Education or to LaFarta's Fan's Morgan horses.

I bet if someone went into kitchen and look at the labels on those 'pizzas', he would find that most of the ingrediants were things no one could pronounce or ever heard of. Chemicals and garbage and PROFIT is what processed cheap school food is about. Just say, no.
Wow

Blue Ridge, GA

#49 Feb 28, 2013
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Chemicals and garbage and PROFIT is what processed cheap school food is about. Just say, no.[/QUOTE]

Profit... Really? You do realize that every meal that is served is done so at a loss.
Now McDonald's which is packed as soon as school lets out, they fit that description perfectly.
Blah Blah Blah

Blue Ridge, GA

#50 Feb 28, 2013
Wow wrote:
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Profit... Really? You do realize that every meal that is served is done so at a loss.
Now McDonald's which is packed as soon as school lets out, they fit that description perfectly.
Have you looked at the ingrediants in the processed food served in school lunch rooms? McDonald's is not the subject under discussion here.
The Overcomer

Monroe, GA

#51 Feb 28, 2013
Ashey wrote:
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It dose the opposite to me. I refused to eat the slop, nor would I give it to my animals. Send it to the Board of Education or to LaFarta's Fan's Morgan horses.
I bet if someone went into kitchen and look at the labels on those 'pizzas', he would find that most of the ingrediants were things no one could pronounce or ever heard of. Chemicals and garbage and PROFIT is what processed cheap school food is about. Just say, no.
Ashley, seriously if the lunch cookers serve this school pizza crap, then it's their problem because they don't know how to cook right. Hamburgers, corn dogs, French fries, and school pizza are all unhealthy foods that you shall not eat.
Wow

Blue Ridge, GA

#52 Mar 1, 2013
Blah Blah Blah wrote:
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Have you looked at the ingrediants in the processed food served in school lunch rooms? McDonald's is not the subject under discussion here.
No I have never looked at the "ingrediants" I am not sure what those are... However I am quite sure that if they charged what the true cost was to serve those meals, people would be upset. So you can have a meal for kids at a low cost that may not be up to some's level of culinary standards or you can have a higher priced meal that is higher quality, but you can't have a low cost high quality meal. It seems that many think you can have the best without having to pay for it. Pony up some more taxes, and I am sure they could meet your desires, but having to actually pay for something worth while does not seem to be the norm around here.
BRmom

Morganton, GA

#53 Mar 1, 2013
Wow wrote:
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No I have never looked at the "ingrediants" I am not sure what those are... However I am quite sure that if they charged what the true cost was to serve those meals, people would be upset. So you can have a meal for kids at a low cost that may not be up to some's level of culinary standards or you can have a higher priced meal that is higher quality, but you can't have a low cost high quality meal. It seems that many think you can have the best without having to pay for it. Pony up some more taxes, and I am sure they could meet your desires, but having to actually pay for something worth while does not seem to be the norm around here.
The issue is not "culinary standards" but health. Do you really want to put something in your body that stops you up for four days (one guy's experience in a previous post)? That's aweful.

Keep it simple. Keep it fresh (as much as possible). Why I would settle for corn bread and greens.
Just saying

United States

#54 Mar 1, 2013
BRmom wrote:
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The issue is not "culinary standards" but health. Do you really want to put something in your body that stops you up for four days (one guy's experience in a previous post)? That's aweful.
Keep it simple. Keep it fresh (as much as possible). Why I would settle for corn bread and greens.
I bet it was the so-called cheese spread over the cardboard that got things blocked. Corn bread and greens should keept things moving.
Blocked

Weirsdale, FL

#55 Mar 2, 2013
Devin wrote:
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It constipates me. Last time I ate the pizza you are talking about I didn't go for four days. What do they put in that stuff?
The same thing happened to me. I was going to tell my Mom but was kind of embarrased to. After the second or third day, my belly was so pushed out I could see what was down below. I was afriad I going to have to go to the hospital. Finally, some little rocks came out and then everything got back to normal. Not going to eat that slop again. They ought to have post a warning like on tobacca products.
The Overcomer

Monroe, GA

#56 Mar 3, 2013
Just because they serving nasty pizza with "20% whole grain" doesn't mean that they should serve it! I might just start taking my own lunch though.:/
Lunch cookers don't know how to serve healthier food; if they serve nasty food, it's their problem.
The Overcomer

Monroe, GA

#57 Mar 3, 2013
Blocked wrote:
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The same thing happened to me. I was going to tell my Mom but was kind of embarrased to. After the second or third day, my belly was so pushed out I could see what was down below. I was afriad I going to have to go to the hospital. Finally, some little rocks came out and then everything got back to normal. Not going to eat that slop again. They ought to have post a warning like on tobacca products.
And guess what they also serve on Wednesdays: meat lasagna that is not cooked well. The only kind of "lasagne" I like is Stouffer's lasagna made with real cheese.

I wish they could stop serving all this nasty crap! locos
Michelle Fernandez

Laredo, TX

#58 Apr 11, 2013
Yes i do believe school food is gross. It's not just gross but some of the food have health hazard. What i mean is that once i had found mold on my bread, hair in my meatloaf, rat bits on food rappers, gum under the pizza. They say the food is suppose to be health and good for us but it ain't. I got sick from eating the molded bread. Yeah i didn't find out it had mold until i but into it. Now a days the food doesn't even look appealing. I'm sorry to say this but even prison food is better than school food! that's why my friends and i don't eat lunch in school any more.
Holy Crap

Blue Ridge, GA

#59 Apr 14, 2013
Want to hear about gross school food? The burrito incident at a certain local elementary school back in the late 80's. One word: maggots.
People complain too much. It could be much worse. That's all I've got to say.
FCHS 2015

Morganton, GA

#60 Apr 15, 2013
I am more concerned about chemicals in the food. Most of it is over-processed and should not even be feed to animals. If you value your health, bring your lunch.
Heaven

Griffin, GA

#61 Apr 15, 2013
There's a mean streak in anyone who thinks ANY kid (even one with weight issues) should be humiliated. That goes for kids getting free lunches, AND kids with weight problems. If a child has a weight problem, blame the parents for not making the child go OUTSIDE to play and/or eat healthy food instead of junk food at home. NOT the kid's fault.
Blah Blah Blah

Morganton, GA

#62 Apr 16, 2013
Heaven wrote:
There's a mean streak in anyone who thinks ANY kid (even one with weight issues) should be humiliated. That goes for kids getting free lunches, AND kids with weight problems. If a child has a weight problem, blame the parents for not making the child go OUTSIDE to play and/or eat healthy food instead of junk food at home. NOT the kid's fault.
No one should make anyone anyone feel uncomfortable about his weight. Some kids are fat, other skinny. Learn to live with it.

Home Economics needs to be brought back. Young women need to be taught how to plan a balanced meal and other skills. If moms had the knowledge they needed and were putting healthy meals on the table (rather than fast foods), there would not be as many fat children.

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