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“Dorotik used to dream of what fresh foods she would eat upon release, after decades of enduring the same ‘bland and processed’ (According to a 2020 national survey conducted by the criminal justice reform nonprofit Impact Justice, most states spend less than $3 to feed prisoners a day,  and 75 percent of formerly incarcerated people surveyed said they were ‘served spoiled or rotten food while in prison.’) Now that Dorotik is out, she likes to add raisins, cheese, beets — just about anything fresh and delicious — to her salads.”

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