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    8 Prison Recipes Soldiers at Fort Cavazos Can Use to Make Meals from the Shoppette

    8 Prison Recipes Soldiers at Fort Cavazos Can Use to Make Meals from the Shoppette

    By now, you might have heard the 's Cavazos, formerly Fort Hood, has had some trouble getting junior enlisted troops real food in its dining facilities, forcing soldiers to drive to the nearest open chow hall, even if the round trip takes more than an hour. While officials say they've remedied the issues, such dire circumstances might leave many soldiers to subsist on whatever snacks they can get from vending machines and shoppettes.

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    This may seem like a challenge unique to the junior enlisted ranks of the U.S. , a class of warrior who can survive almost entirely on energy drinks and Copenhagen. But there is another particular group of Americans who have a lot of experience in dealing with inadequate or substandard food and who are forced to rely on junk and packaged foods to supplement their diets: prisoners.

    Indeed, America's jails and prisons are filled with low-budget gastronomical geniuses, making the most of everything they can get their hands on from the commissary, which limits what they can actually acquire inside (it's supposed to, anyway). Every once in a while, they manage to share their recipes on websites, TikTok and elsewhere.

    Here's just a sample of some of the most ingenious culinary delights ever whipped up in an ad-hoc jailhouse kitchen that are perfect for the spartan delights of barracks life.

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