By: Presta Sybrent
How well any food tastes depends entirely on how much the chef wishes to do their job. Whether these chefs are being compensated for their work or not should be inconsequential because of how important their job is to others. Cafeteria food is often considered a controversial topic; a topic that is valued by some and disliked by others. In the end, the most important aspect of cafeteria food is how healthy and nutritious it is for those consuming it.
The meals at Boys’ State range every day from pizza, burgers, and even chicken tenders. However, the variety is inconsequential because, in the end, all choices will give the nutrition that the citizens of Boys’ State need to be healthy throughout the week. The only negative possibility of the nutrition of the cafeteria food in relation to the health of the Boys’ State citizens is that certain citizens decide to be selective about what they would and would not like to eat. What a person chooses to eat and not to eat is their personal business. Regardless, all citizens of Boys’ State will find themselves walking many miles this week; these miles add to the necessary exercise regardless of the food consumed. In the end, the citizens of Boys’ State can rest peacefully knowing that an entire staff of well-trained chefs are here to make their Boys’ State experience as memorable as possible with generous buffets three times each day.