Is hospital food similar to airplane food?
dre @ Brampton Civic Hospital: Hopefully, it is not often that you get to eat hospital food. I was in the hospital for a day, so I was fed meals during my stay there. Luckily, I wasn't restricted to any diet (i.e. no sugar, liquid only, etc.) so here I show you the "regular" meals that get served to patients.
I remember the first time I was in the hospital 2 years ago and I really liked the food. I was hoping for a similar experience this time around. I was disappointed.
The first meal that was served was lunch. It was a vegetarian lasagna with peas. There was also a beef vegetable soup, a banana, some hot water for tea or instant coffee. The lasagna wasn't bad, though the peas were a bit overcooked. The soup was salty, and I gave it to Mike. This was the best tasting meal I had during this visit.
For dinner, I got fish with potatoes and vegetables. There was a fruit cup for dessert. The fish was okay, but cold by the time I got a chance to eat it. Potatoes and vegetables were a little bland, but nothing salt couldn't resolve.
Breakfast was the saddest meal. It was a sad microwaved egg with a piece of soggy toast. At least there was a box of cereal, milk, and juice as well. Good thing my parents brought me some other food to eat. This wasn't filling at all!
In conclusion, this time around, the hospital food was disappointing, and I think airplane food is much better in comparison.
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