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Old 04-12-2011, 07:12 AM   #5
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At one stage my school was selling salads, rolls, some fruits, pies and chicken breaks (which I loved, they had chilli and normal ones). They also sold coke and stuff, but they also sold milk and water and fruit juices. It was ok food, but you had reasonable options for eating.

Then they went "healthy" and now everything was low fat, but more junk food. So instead of selling milk they sold low fat chocolate milk. Instead of chicken breast and rolls they sold low fat pies and sausage rolls with "meat" in them. I was not happy about this, especially about how loosely they used the word "meat". Luckily at this stage I had a car so I drove to the shops to get real food at lunch. This new menu has the worst food imaginable, I wouldnt eat anything from there.

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But most days I would bring food with me. My family always eat well
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