I was reading the news and I read an article in which prisoners were complaining about the food they have to eat in prison.
IT IS NOW TIME FOR A RANT
I spent six years in The United States Navy on active duty. I was stationed on a nuclear subarine in Pearl Harbor. When we went to sea we would load our own food. Almost 100% of the food was canned and it was terrible. Navy cooks can screw up ANYTHING.
When you load your own food you get in a long line and you pass cans and boxes down the line and load them into the submarine. Often we would load beef that had the following label on it:
"USDA, not fit for human consumption"
Yep, the navy often bought food that was not considered suitable for human consumption. They bought it because it was cheaper... After one of the stores loads some of the crew members did some research. Guess who is allowed to buy this beef, The United States Military and places that use it to feed various animals...
Can this food be fed to prisoners in our prison system?
What the heck...
Can someone please explain this to me?