posted on Feb, 12 2011 @ 07:34 PM
I worked at a large mid-western University Hospital on campus. They would cut the ends off hams, roasts, cheese blocks and throw those away. Also they
would thaw out say 72 chicken breasts but only cook 40. Yep. You guessed it. Throw the other 32 thawed breasts out. Rolls. pies, breads, deserts, buns
etc. Over what they needed each day? Thrown in trash. Some would get picked up by a food bank, but the majority tossed.
Now, If anyone went into the trash and unwrapped those hams and turkey and cheese ends (a couple pounds or more at least each one)or took those rolls?
It was considered stealing and I could be fired.
Guess what? I got home buns, and cheese ends, and hams and 36...THIRTY SIX chicken breasts (which had to be cooked right away at home ie; baking,
broiling, barbecuing, shredding because they were already thawed)...but I did, and gave it all to a few families and college friends living with us in
a large campus rooming house.
Hey. It was over 10 years ago, so screw them. I put all that into a gym bag and tried not to slump over on the way to the bus which I road and then
It is an absolute crime that woman got into any trouble. If its in the garbage... today...you can be fired for stealing from the employer. Good or
not. Thats absolutely shameful........