Food served at nursing home facilities
From Reta Sickels
I just recently visited my friend, who is in a nursing home. It was lunch time, and I went over to her table and asked if I could have a chair to sit with her while she ate, but the chair never happened, so I stood the whole time. But what really bothered me was this so called "green bean casserole" (which looked like cat food) being served to the patients. It was disgusting and the lady behind me said, "I am not going to eat that sh—t," which she had every right to say. Of course the sweet little ladies said, "What is it?" They tried to take a few bites to be polite.
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