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tommyrp12
11-22-2014, 01:26 PM
More students sarcastically say '#THANKS Michelle Obama' and post photos of their 'healthy' but unappetizing school meals (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2843534/More-students-sarcastically-say-THANKS-Michelle-Obama-post-photos-healthy-school-meals.html)

Students in Wisconsin have taken to social media to blast Michelle Obama for their Thanksgiving themed lunches that feature a brown mystery mush
'Had a very #healthylunch today. The apple definitely made up for the 'mystery mush' #ThanksMichelleObama,' wrote a student on Twitter
The new lunch complies with food regulations championed by First Lady Michelle Obama and implemented by the USDA

By Alexandra Klausner for MailOnline

Published: 23:23 EST, 20 November 2014 | Updated: 06:09 EST, 21 November 2014


Students in Wisconsin have taken to social media to blast Michelle Obama for their Thanksgiving themed lunches that feature a brown mystery mush.

The brown paste was served at Richland Center High School in Wisconsin and students earlier this month and they didn't find the meal to be especially appetizing.

A student named Hunter Whitney posted photos of the brown mush and a single red apple along with the caption, 'Had a very #healthylunch today. The apple definitely made up for the 'mystery mush' #ThanksMichelleObama.'


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Healthy eating?: Students at a Wisconsin high school posted pics along with criticism of their supposedly healthier Thanksgiving themed school lunches

http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu107/bentom187/2358F79300000578-2843534-image-31_1416542843276_zpsb90b3894.jpg

Sarcasm: Students sarcastically thanked Michelle Obama as they posted photos of their school lunches

http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu107/bentom187/2358F78F00000578-2843534-Thanksgiving_Students_are_less_than_thankful_for_t heir_school_s_-15_1416541981117_zpsce18bcc4.jpg

Thanksgiving?: Students are less than thankful for their school's interpretation of healthy school lunches




Another student named Marissa Garret tweeted, 'So disappointed in this modified Thanksgiving lunch.. @MichelleObama #ThanksMichelleObama'

Along with her caption came a photo displaying canned green beans along with several other brown clumps of mystery food.

Students speculated on of the brown clumps might be a sort of rice substitute--a poor one.

A student named Maya Wuertz posted her recent Thanksgiving inspired lunch at Austin High School in Minnesota, reports Eagnews.org.


The lunch features soggy string beans and other sorts of clumped together mystery items.

The Thanksgiving lunches weren't the only ones that were criticized. Even popular chicken finger Friday was reduced to a plate with three measly chicken strips.

A student named Malachai Dobbins quipped, 'It's chicken finger Friday! Oh wait no it's not!'

The new lunches comply with food regulations championed by First Lady Michelle Obama and implemented by the USDA.

USDA regulations now require foods in the school lunch line to be healthier. ...........................

Brian4Liberty
11-22-2014, 01:42 PM
http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu107/bentom187/2358F79300000578-2843534-image-31_1416542843276_zpsb90b3894.jpg

Call me crazy, but that looks like a pretty standard scoop of refried beans. And it looks tasty.

euphemia
11-22-2014, 01:54 PM
Here's the thing: Healthy eating happens when ingredients are fresh and prepared for a family or individual. Shoppers can compare prices and grow their own food. This does not happen when the meals have to be produced for pennies in batches of 500 at a time. If there is such a thing as a fresh fruit or vegetable in that setting, it has to come from a source that meets strict federal guidelines. They can call it fresh if they want, but it is not fresh in the sense that a normal person would think of it.

Dr.3D
11-22-2014, 02:01 PM
I remember Nancy Reagan and her "Just say no." campaign.
Why do the wives of the presidents always seem to have some sort of silly political hobby of their own?

Suzanimal
11-22-2014, 02:01 PM
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