>>7029803 Are these for real? Growing up in America I had no idea that there were public schools anywhere in the world that had real food for lunch.
I also think it's hilarious how all the other countries have huge portions meanwhile in America you get a slice of pizza a tiny bit of iceberg salad a fruit cup (because fruit soaked in HFCs juice is so healthy) and a carton of milk. Yet we are the ones with the obesity problem
>>7029879 Snacks don't really exist in many countries so full meals are taken to tide you over. When I spent time in France and Greece that was the case with most people, adults generally viewed snacking as a bad habit for children. I don't entirely agree but it's a structured way to live
>>7029894 Really I didn't know that But like even healthy snacks? Ya know like some nuts and seeds or some fruit is that looked down upon too? I was always under the impression that in other countries they also just ate way less sugary shit like candy and the like
No school in Finland I have ever gone to has had white bread or desserts or berries there.
And I've been to several as I do substitute teaching.
90% of school lunches can be summed up as rice or boiled potato, some sauce, usually pork or chicken, and salad. As sides you get milk, näkkileipä (a type of a rye bread cracker) and either some kind of margarine or in rare cases butter for your näkkileipä.
>>7029945 >Then where does the meme about excellent Finnish school food come from?
propaganda. You keep repeating a lie and it becomes fact.
The dish in the picture is actually quite good. The dark red stuff is blackcurrant jelly/jam and it goes great with the particular chicken sauce. No idea why they'd have potatoes rather than rice with it though.
>>7029831 Lived my entire life in brazil and I have no idea what is that yellow roasted thing. Everybody eats only french bread. Nobody eats dry beans like this. Also ''school meals'', even at uni the meal is fried chicken (the cheapest meat possible), boring white rice with no additives, brown beans with salt and garlic (cheaper than black beans) and collard greens for salad. At private school we had the same eexcluding the chicken. Public school meal is cheap pasta, cheap fake tomato sauce and sausage, eventually a wannabe ham and cheese risotto.
Literally all the artist did was take a stereotypical regional cuisine and put it on a plate.
>>7029813 Yeah whoever made these is straight meme tier. So my boss is Korean. And he basically said thats not what they ate. More like american school lunch. A meat/veggie/and a fruit. Amazingly they dont eat kim chi all day erry day. Imagine Spain giving the entire countries kids shrimp for lunch.
Freedomland lunch Choice of Sandwich, or Pizza with side and drink. Or you can get the regular lunch. Which would be chiken patties or spaghetti usually.
>>7029803 Notice the shots all use the similar cardboard tray and wooden background. I'm willing to accept that school lunch in the US tends to be worse than elsewhere, but this is obviously staged to some degree.
>be me >have 5yo just started kindergarten last month >made his lunch, almond butter and preserves sandwich, rice pudding and carrot sticks >drop him off, go to work >30 minutes later school calls saying there's been an altercation >teacher and my son are in office >teacher says: "this boy brought nuts into an allergy free zone." >I remind them no warning was issued for special concessions to be made for other kids, no alert of anything besides supplies needed >teacher flips a shit starts screaming >I pick my son up and walk out laughing at irate hippie skank blathering on about nuts and dairy in his lunch
>mfw schools are more military structured now than learning institutions >mfw I'm going to keep packing lunches exactly like this for my child because only the teacher has a nut allergy and didn't tell me directly
>>7030354 Things that didn't happen: the post. But no seriously, It's best to switch your son out of that class to a new teacher. Pretty sure she's going to be singling him out until the school year's over
I will cry discrimination, she's black we're white. I'll say my son identified as a slave era peanut farmer once and demanded sandwiches as partial reparations for his indentured servitude.
TransNig is a thing, I plan to jam them up in red tape and bureaucracy if they don't concede their threats (her threats). She's an adult with a job that insures her life, she's capable of carrying an epi-pen and not endangering the nutritional welfare of my child.
If you live in a poorer community then yes school is no longer a place of education but of control. Most teachers are told to teach students how to listen to authority. For example they will spend several classes teaching students that when I raise my right hand everyone must be quiet look fowards and not move.
The Hudson Valley River Region of New York, top 1% of the 1% of citizens income, educationally and safety. My town is 99% white, that 1% accounts for "live-in" help of wealthier home owners. We're middle class, no point in lying. Inherited a rather large parcel of land a few years back.
Before that we lived at West End ave @ 63rd in NY, NY. I worked a corporate gig in the Culinary word, now I'm just an educator for adults at a vocational school.
Its a "faggot hippie" problem, nothing else. I hope my son kisses his teacher with nut butter on his lips, the filthy nigger slag.
This is literally propaganda. It looks like they basically got a list of typical school menus from around the world, then had a chef make his version of each dish from top quality ingredients and a food stylist to present it neatly and then presented that next to an actual American school lunch to prove how shitty American schools are.
>>7029807 Coming with insider information from Finland. Finland only has public schools and they all serve essentially the same food (often made by the same company).
The inclusion of crepes makes me think it was supposed to be a pancake, as I've never heard of any school serving crepes. Further, pancake is always served with pea soup, which I suppose is what the green soup is supposed to be despite looking nothing like any pea soup I've ever eaten. Likely what was on the menu was: pea soup, pancake, bread, salad with beet and carrot. As for the pea soup, it's really nothing but a thick pale green mush of peas and trace amounts of pork. Apparently the chef here decided to make more of a clear soup as well as adding some carrot and a leafy vegetable in there, making it a different dish entirely. The crepe should be a pancake as mentioned (also Finnish pancake is more like a big hotcake that you bake on an oven sheet and cut into squares) and even in the unlikely case that anyone would get crepes at school, they certainly would not get fresh berries with it but would be limited to one or two types of cheap jam as with pancake.
The bread is likely wrong also. Typically they only have crispbread (a hard rye cracker) with margarine rather than soft bread. The carrot looks cooked, which would be a strange addition to go with pea soup, so I'm inclined to believe that it's supposed to be raw grated carrot, which is the most common type of "salad" in any establishment. The beets are the only thing that look like they might be accurate.
Overall, this has nothing in common with a real school lunch besides the base ingredients.
>>7030536 >make a thread for posting school meals >type "school meals" in the subject field >type "school meals" in the post field >post 12 pictures of what look like school meals >"oh my god it's not supposed to be pictures of actual school meals you dumb fucks"
>>7030572 But it literally is fake, like the tall and beutiful burgers in every burger commercial. It's the idealization of the real thing. Also, if the idea is to compare the cuisines of the world as a whole, why present these cuisines as school lunches? What is the message that is being communicated when you put penne pasta in a tray with Italy written under it and a wedge of Brie in a tray with the word France under it? Is this an art project that I'm too plebeian to appreciate?
>>7029839 That's not Spanish food. Coriander isn't used in Spanish cooking, parsley often is. I'm guessing that soup is supposed to be gazpacho? but it is way too thick. The rice with raw onion also is strange.
These aren't actual school lunches. It's a publicity stunt from an american restaurant. I know because I eat there on a regular basis. There are a lot of vegetables, lots of them. So many of them that by /ck/ definitions, it would be considered an extremist militant vegan restaurant, although most of the menu items have meat and dairy.
>>7029803 The food at my high school was the reason the McDonald's around the corner got so much business. I don't even like Mickey D's and I ate there any time I didn't have a lunch packed rather than eat cafeteria food. Even a mcdouble some such crap was better than the microwaved-in-the-bag french bread pizzas and chili dogs they'd try to sell us, and for the amount of money a pair of soggy pseudo-cheesesteaks, a carton of milk, and some baby carrots would set you back, you could get twice as much food.
I work at a private school in Texas, we are the 2nd best elementary school in our city, and my greatest perk of working their is the free daily lunch. They have chefs who cook in there, I have had salmon at work before, the week before thanksgiving, they literally make an entire thanksgiving dinner, and serve it all day, its amazing.
>>7030513 Is cooking from scratch expensive in your country?
I grow up hearing how finland is heaven on earth but seems that at least the food is better here on brazil. Theres violence everywhere, poverty and ugly streets but at least you can go to a farmers market and get vegetables/fruits for nothing. Sometimes I feel guilty paying too little for all that food. Then you buy rice and beans also very cheap. Meat price skyrocketed in the last years and now we can eat only chicken. Eating for a month less than 50 dolars per person.
>>7031238 Finland is literally hell on earth for anyone who's conscious about good food. Imagine the culinary skills of an 18-year-old guy whose experience is limited to making sandwiches and who now has to move out and cook for himself for the first time. Now imagine an entire country populated by these people, from young men to middle aged housewifes to even grandmothers. While people do have some kind of an idea of what tastes good and what doesn't, the vast majority of people just don't really give a shit about cooking and will basically eat slop as long as it's cheap and easy to make. And the 1% of the population who do give a shit most of the time give way too much of a shit and are your typical insufferable foodies into gluten-free bullshit and raw foodism.
>>7031338 Being around these people is not the worst thing, because of course they are in every country. But things get very inconvenient when they are the 99% and the only people shops cater to. For example, if I want to buy a chunk of meat to make a roast, tough shit, they don't sell those at the supermarket, the only meat they have is ground beef. I have to go to the buther's shop. If I want to make beans and rice, I have to go to the fucking vegan gluten-free hippy specialty shop for my dry beans because no one eats beans in Finland. And of course they're going to be fair trade organic and in 250 gram biodegradable packages, so they'll cost 5-10 times as much as they would in most countries. If you want to make any kind of Mexican food, you're out of luck because they only sell two kinds of chilis here - the mild red kind and the mild green kind. God forbid you want to do something as insane as make your own beef stock. Getting access to beef bones is more difficult than getting access to heroin because you'll be among the 20 chosen people in the entire country who actually want to make their own stocks.
>>7031341 There's shit you might not even expect. I had to buy my stainless steel frying pan online and it cost a 100 fucking euros, because teflon pans are the only kinds they sell in any stores in a 100 km radius from me. Because why would you ever want to brown your meat properly? Just throw that shit in a 150 C pan and enjoy your gray mince. Wanna bake your own bread? Too bad the shopkeeper's an asshole and only stocks organic name brand white flour that costs about 5 times more by weight than a value pack of the generic stuff (which comes from the same mill and is the exact same product), but he gets away with it because the only people in Finland who ever actually bake anything are middle-to-upper class hipsters and foodies who can afford to get screwed. Oh, and there is no competition because 90% of the grocery stores are owned by two companies that have a duopoly and keep the prices artificially high. In general it really sucks being poor and into cooking, as you will be bled dry because there are so few of you.
>>7030903 >>7031011 For me it is pretty bad but the meal is subsidized so we pay only a fraction of the price they charge non-students. But for twice as much as it cost for us it is possible to get 10 times better food. It is just that in Brazil public universities are paid 100% by the government and many student's can't afford to pay for quality food. Also the university is in the middle of nowhere.
And by the way, not having to pay to study is not necessarily good as the government often make drastic cuts or just don't pay and we get a university closed for months on a strike.
>>7030300 Oh anon you don't know the pain 2012 brought to public school lunches at LAUSD because of Michelle I worked 2011-2015 as a strength and conditioning coach. When they rolled out their new menu kids didn't eat it tasted horrible spaghetti with vegi meatballs pasta overcooked, oatmeal 0 flavor bagels with non fat cream cheese. The trash cans were overfilled with school food with only 1 bite taken for a week and eventually kids wouldn't even get lunch. I was at 3000 kid high school and over 2700 meals wouldnt be eaten just left in the cafeteria. Alot of kids were low income also so school lunch was a buffer for some kids so they wouldn't wake up in the morning hungry and the menu changed really hurt them. Teachers would hand out snack bars and buy mini cerals and instant ramen for some of their students 2012 was a bad year for poor kids.
Eventually teachers and students began selling sandwiches and chips and the nearby fast-food made a killing and still was when I quit 3 months ago.
The food has slightly improved chicken sandwiches and hamburgers with oven roasted wedged 3 days of the week and fresh fruit daily along with a granola bar and milk as a 2nd option every day for lunch so at least they eat something.
Food is still cooked and not eaten because Michelle Obama made lunch so shitty she actually made the situation worse because now daily kids are eating taco bell fast food donuts and created a vending network where kids bring junk food and home made food to sell and its actually more caloric dense and more sugar then the actual lunches.
>>7029891 >A significant amount of people find it inedible. You should read that wikipedia article. It never states a amount anywhere, only that >"In a genetic survey of nearly 30,000 people, two genetic variants linked to perception of coriander have been found, the most common of which is a gene involved in sensing smells." Which I am going to assume is super rare. Outside of American inter breeding. Whatever region of the world where the gene is common, i assume they don't import Koriander exactly for that reason.
>>7031422 Potatos was exported from the New World to the entire of Europa. Beans was not, except for Spain and Portugal. >Trying to get dry beans in Norway That takes too much effort. Unless you can find a asian store that sells them, you have to import them yourself.
>tfw went to private school in America >tfw my favorite was chopped steak with mushroom gravy, or grilled salmon filets with lemon butter sauce >tfw I never had to deal with the shit public school kids did Feels good being white
>>7029944 >Private school no, in europe the public stuff is better than those photos. Those pics were made by someone who has no idea wha they're talking about and probably filled it using their belief instead of getting real pictures. The face they all use the same american trays is a dead givaway.
what do people mean by "school" cause there the food is different when you are in little classes (single complete meal served at the table) or above 15 (you get choices like a cafeteria but it's still at school) or 18+ (restaurant for students are cheap but shit tier and were people start to eat badly because pizza every 2days and fries by default with all meat.)
>>7031838 >they're just not very popular. and all imported from the USA, sold at 5 time the price of normal potatoes. You won't see it in normal school luches anytime, expect maybe for a thanksgiving event like they do sometime.
>>7029891 >>7031595 genes aren't an excuse to say it makes all the people with it dislike it. Culture is something way stronger and you can acquire a taste for it even if you have the bad genes. humans consume lots of things their body reject by default.
>>7030227 >nectarines i was told nectarines are similar to peaches but not as hairy and that its not a citrus fruit no matter how much i google it never shows me a citrus fruit, are you sure those are nectarines?
>>7031878 Coriander got a 50/50 mix of chemicals that can taste good and bad. Depending on your genes, 90% of the human population tastes the good part. But its chemicals, so its possible to destroy the bad part of it in dishes.
>>7031843 People have tried to sell food but somehow the owner managed to drive them away. I would be happy with a Subway or any reasonably priced fast food nearby. By the way, for some reason burgers are expensive in Brazil.
Maybe the price in dollars is lower now since our money crashed but it is a matter of time until they repass the prices to the consumers.
Anyway I'm in Japan now and enjoying lots of seafood.
>>7030412 > that 1% accounts for "live-in" help of wealthier home owners I find it unlikely that the "live in help" are officially on the books as residents. Too many labor law violations.
I find it more likely that it's the obligatory low income housing right next to the Metro North station in all of those towns, that is separated from the wealthy areas by a long stretch of road and usually cliffs or something. Law enforcement isn't interested in those areas because they are basically self-contained. It's why the per capita murder rate in the Hudson Valley resembles El Salvador.
>>7031338 >Imagine the culinary skills of an 18-year-old guy whose experience is limited to making sandwiches and who now has to move out and cook for himself for the first time. Now imagine an entire country populated by these people, from young men to middle aged housewifes to even grandmothers.
Fucking city folk. Almost everybody from the variation of the backwater i come from, that i know of, know how to cook and how to cook well and those who don't tend have a BF/GF that does it for them, usually decently too. Aside from that i agree with almost every point of yours: Finland is shit for people into cooking unless you like plain stuff or happen to live next the only good shop for ingredients and shit in your county.
>>7029929 I've studyed in 5 diffrent school and at least four of them served white/rye bread + dessert daily. No berries tho, berry juice was available. elementary was different we only had dessert on friday + bread ( instead of crackers)
>>7030422 >Greece This. We never had any school meals. In Athens there was this one school I went to with a tiny kiosk selling already packaged snack food from literally the store down the road. And that was a public school. In another city I went to a private school and they only had a "cafeteria" (more like a room with tables and chairs) that only middle and high schoolers could use, which only served toasted sandwiches, juice, and some other small things. And it would all sell out within minutes of recess. So they didn't even have a good enough budget for the few students in a private school. Me and my siblings would always buy packaged chocolate-filled croissants and sweet bread, among other fillings. I'm so glad someone else shares my pain of this awful propaganda. I mean seriously, stuffed grape leaves in a school lunch?
>>7032567 I can speak to you of Spain. We did get big portions of food, similar to the Italy pic, but not nearly as beautifully presented. We always got 3 courses. First course was a salad, soup, stew, or pasta of some kind. Second course was a protein, most often veal, fish or chicken, with a side (fried potatoes often). Third was a desert of some kind. If you didn't want the desert yogurt and fruit were available. It's a myth that American portions are huge and that Americans eat a lot more food. It's much more about what they eat and their relatively sedentary lifestyles.
>>7029803 This is such BS. Obviously staged since every country uses the same serving tray and the food is 'plated' so nicely. I don't believe a single one of these pics; they're just stereotypical representations of a country's cuisine. The US one is infinitely stupid. That looks nothing like a school lunch here
>>7029860 >>7033430 This is even too fancy compare to my inner city school's lunch. They just give everyone a stale chicken sandwich or some square pizza. The only other choice is chips and nacho cheese in those chip. Nobody ate the salad because its either dried or cover in flies.
>>7033628 That sandwich looks good. I'll never forget school lunch chicken sandwiches. The paddy was a perfectly round stale and tasteless mass on the dries buns ever. No bullshit, you couldn't swallow it unless you dipped it in sauce, it just gets stuck and won't go down. So many students kept chocking on them that they made the cafeteria stop selling them because it was a hazard.
>>7033640 Was it like this? Mine looked like these but I don't know how they made it so dry. I really think they dried the buns on purpose to keep them from growing mold. It was like they cooked the sandwich in a dehydrator. No pickles or lettuce or anything, I dipped it in honey mustard, some other kids used BBQ or ketchup, Mayo, etc.
>>7033654 That is exactly what it looks like. Sometime it's fresh but other times, it just darken or dry. It always package in those silver bag wrapper. I ALWAYS get those hashbrowns just so I can place it in the burger but after that stupid banned, I have to depend on those BBQ sauce.
>>7033667 How old are you? Did they fry food at your school or was it all baked? 28 here and up until my senior year we could buy fried stuff. The chicken sandwich and hamburger was always awful but they sold these godly seasoned crinkle cut fries and spicy tendies, all fried. Also fried burritos and stuff. Then they made them get rid of the fryers and chicken sandwiches because everyone bought fried stuff because we kept choking on the chicken sandwiches and burgers. They also got rid of the "snack line" which didn't sell snacks at all, they sold frozen burritos and hot pockets. I don't remember much about my last year, I remember soggy baked fries and these awful sandwiches I'd buy that were just sliced white bread and tasteless cold turkey. Basically prison food
>>7033691 27 and the option is very limited. Someday its chicken patties and square pizza. Other days its chicken patties and those dried hamburger. Other days it is just chicken patties and a cheap burrito. There were fruits but not as many. Banana were bruised up and they stop serving apples at one point during my HS years because the kids keep poking holes in the core and smoke weed in them. The only other option were chips or chip with nacho cheese in them. I already mention them adding a salad bar but it's in horrid condition. When I think back, it pisses me off that these are the kind of shit that are feeding all these kids and if I ever choose to have kids of my own, I will just make their lunch for them or just give them money to buy food.
>>7033691 >>7033704 High school senior here. It's even worse now than you guys have described. Usually the milk is expired and/or slushy. The "meat" is biscuits cut in half with a slice of ham inside that they recook throughout the week until it's too burnt to be eaten. Either that or some saltless chicken or grilled cheese with cheese that doesn't really melt, just gets harder... On friday of course there are the unsalted burgers and undercooked, freezerburned, unsalted fries.
The vegetables are green beans or squishy asparagus, which of course, aren't salted. The fruit is apples that are sour and beat to shit or squishy oranges.
It really does suck. I remember back when we had frozen burritos and ravioli and shit. It was good.
this school lunch pictures shit is amazing bait. Your average normie will never stop to wonder why completely bankrupt nations like Spain and Greece can afford to serve trays with $30 worth of food to schoolchildren, they just immediately conclude that OMG EUROPE IS LIKE SOOOO MUCH BETTER THAN THE USA!! And don't get me started on that Brazil picture holy shit, Brazilan kids aren't eating that. Brazilian ADULTS aren't eating that. In any case if you like harvesting upvotes on Facebook then a good choice is to post a couple of these pictures
>>7033094 >supporting Buzzfeed >ever >They also make videos of white people complaining about Native American and Australian Aboriginal stereotypes. >They think ancient Egyptians were black according to one video. >Videos of Jews saying stupid things. >Unironically, actually, seriously supporting them.
>>7034022 >knowing this much about buzzfeed >watching not one, not two, not three, but at LEAST four different complete buzzfeed videos from start to finish, and developing an opinion about them It is literally impossible for you to have a valid opinion at this point, anon. On anything whatsoever.
My fucking high school lunches were so goddamn horrible. The only thing that was edible was the pizza, which was so greasy that there would be pools of grease in the pepperoni.
Sometimes they would even legit run out of food, in which case they break these out and you would get one of these and a carton of milk. And if they run out of chocolate milk then you either spend an extra $2 on a powerade or be content with skim milk.
I was so happy when I hit 11th grade and was allowed to leave campus for lunch. However lunch was only half an hour, so the only things you had time for was 7-11, kfc/taco bell and burger king, all of which are shitty but was still infinitely better than the school lunch
I mean, these are probably staged to a large degree, but it is true that in America growing up we were served absolute dogshit.
Like pizza, burger or shit chicken sandwich and friez, maybe a sub or some low-grade taco meat, an apple, and milk with fucking hormones in it. Every. Fucking. Day.
And we just ate it. Everyone did. Only now that I'm older do I think back and realize just how fucking garbage that is. I'm willing to bet at least in Europe it isn't total garbage-tier food and might actually have some nutrition.
When I have kids no matter how busy I am I am fucking packing them a lunch now way am I gonna let them eat the same shit I ate
>>7029884 Reporting in from one of the top boarding schools: really expensive even for the typical iPhone user (myself not included) (I fell for the Samsmug meme). Real bland too. Occasional brie and kimchi are the only things keeping me from suicide. Typically they are smaller simpler regular bland food. High quality lettuce is no better than any other quality of lettuce. There is also a salad bar. This is where they accidentally put flavorful things with lactic acid (the one true god).
>>7029803 School dinners were really tasty when I was a kid in the early 80s. We always had a choice. And we ate from proper plates and not plastic trays.
My favourites were chicken curry, and shepherd's pie. All made in the school kitchen. As much fresh juice and salad, vegetables as I wanted. The bread was baked fresh. And we got really tasty puddings. Pineapple sponge cake with custard, yogurt with honey and nuts, and loads more. All freshly cooked. I don't think schools today feed kids properly. All the food is frozen and heated up.
That's why I make packed lunches for my kids. Usually an egg mayonnaise sandwich or some tuna with tomato and lettuce in a wholemeal roll, a piece of fruit, (banana or orange), and a treat. Some chocolate usually.
>>7029813 Wholly incorrect, a proper Korean school lunch is either flavored milk and a baked good borne on the back of someone of poorer; lineage, social stature, scholastic prowess, social skills, too much weight or the lack thereof, monetary wise, or the lack of a North Face jacket/400+ USD leather backpack; or your own tears.
>>7029860 Truly depends on the district. When i lived in a very predominantly mexican city (Brownsville Texas) the lunches were free to everyone (district mandated / tax paid) never frozen(my grandmother was a head cafeteria lady) and the people in the community are a lot more active and evolved in the decisions made by the district as it is one of the top employers in the city as well as a staple in the community which is very family oriented.. Moving to a bigger city (Houston /San Antonio Texas) the food is mediocre at best, funding is spent more on security (cameras and officers) and just bullshit that lends the school eye catching flair (larger stadiums, ipads, and other slightly unnecessary bullshit).
Point being. I believe it has a lot to do with the involvment of the community members. After all it is their tax dollars being used.
>>7029946 But theres to many nuggers there you only get 4 or 5 frozen nugger also katsup comes in a packet and you only get 2 another is 25 cents more Also the suger free glutin free cookie is 50 cents extra also
I stopped eating lunch in 6th grade when i ate a half frozen nugger then when i complained they said oh well
>>7031052 Well the second half of that isn't exactly wrong. When I was in school we could judge how good the nuggets would taste by how high we could bounce them off our trays. They were always served with a mashed potato-like substance covered in gravy that seemed to be made of saltwater. Don't get me started in the desert of green jello with green beens inside.
>>7033397 I live in the US but am a citizen of Spain and the US. I tend to spend my summers with relatives there and I can attest to this. My three months in Spain I definitely eat like 10X as much portion wise. But I always lose a good 5 pounds because of just walking around.
>>7029879 >Are these for real? Of course they are real. Someone went to each country and ordered food at each school. It's just coincidence that every school in every country uses the same food plates and have the same type of wood tables.
my experience with american school lunch >grade school 4 nuggets, fruit cup nobody ate, small juice or milk carton. That's it. or instead of nuggets there would be a boiled hotdog, or a crunchy taco. We could have chips and stuff but had to pay extra for that. we were dangerously underfed in my opinion. >middle school many different items available every day, cheese steaks, burgers regular cheese and bacon cheese, spaghetti and meat balls, chicken parm sandwiches, pizza slices plain and pepperoni, chicken rings, popcorn chicken, pizza rolls, fries. coke machine, snapple machine, poweraid machine, and regular vending machine with chips and candy and stuff
you could have what ever you want and as much as you want, you just had to pay for it. >high school we had an open campus and were free to come and go as we pleased, so everybody just went out every day for lunch. there was a study hall that sold cold sandwich wraps and muffins, a lady with a cart that walked the halls selling fresh cookies and bagels and stuff (usually camped out by the gymnasium between periods), and there was also a vending machine by the back door that sold premade sandwiches which I never saw a single person use.
You know considering Montgomery county spends the most $ on school I expected better food to be served.
In some Virginia Elementary school I attended way back I remember they served real food on real trays with actual utensils. Breakfast had nice choice of name brand cereal and cooked meals with fresh fruit
Montgomery is prison food standard compared to Virginia
>>7029860 You can tell that America is such a young country they have no longstanding traditions of food or morality, so this lunch is a perfect example of a whole nation being corrupted by greed and throwing its most vulnerable under the bus.
>>7036830 Looking at this shit reminds me why I packed my own lunch. We're feeding schoolchildren literally the same food as prisoners, and then expect them to fix this country ruined by greed when they grow up. If "you are what you eat" is true, we must not think much of children.
>>7030768 Dude, your reasoning behind those pictures being taken is retarded. If you have an article about those original pics then by all means share it. Otherwise, your blatantly stupid posts makes you look like a screaming 12 yr old.
>>7031219 My school didn't either, I asked one of my teachers why. The food places don't like it when schools let the kids go off-campus for food. The kids don't spend much, and then stay there for the rest of their lunch break being obnoxious kids. That in turn drives away the adults who would go there, spend more than the kids would, and not stay there for long.
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