Make CorrectionsOne your homepage. Similar to the diet of a common college freshman, inmate recipes are both unique and often disgusting. Inmates have a lot of time on their hands, and they generally use both to make all kinds of items out of everyday materials they either find lying around their cells or that they purchase from the commissary. Sometimes these items are aggressive, others are playful and then there are the edible ones.
People are creatures of habit after a one-night stand.
On the inside, the food served during chow is notoriously low-quality, hopelessly bland, and served in meager, rationed portions. Cooking with commissary items like ramen noodles, canned tuna, and butter packets—as unappetizing as that may sound to some—allows inmates a small glimpse of the food they enjoyed on the outside, a hint of the flavor and seasoning their families enjoyed around the dinner table back home. The physical act of cooking—dicing, chopping, and baking ingredients in a toaster oven or microwave—also rings of the everyday normalcy lost on the outside, focusing the mind. During his first day on Rikers Island, the rapper was sent to the infirmary with food poisoning, and it became clear that keeping a close eye on what went in his body would be a matter of life and death.
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