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Fed up with lunch : how one anonymous teacher revealed the truth about school lunches--and how to change them!

Author: Sarah Wu
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Chronicle Books, ©2011.
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The teacher who ate a school lunch for an entire year and chronicled her experience anoymously on a blog argues for school lunch reform and improvement in the nutritional content of the food served to growing children.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Wu
ISBN: 9781452102283 1452102287
OCLC Number: 706025544
Description: 207 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Mrs. Q goes undercover (like a beef patty masquerading as meatloaf) --
Do you want guilt with that? --
Pizza with a side of paranoia --
Food is personal --
Peeking out from behind the curtain --
I'm a Pepperidge Farm goldfish! --
Getting chewed up by corporate America --
Baby carrots can't go outside to play --
Mrs. Q unmasked and in the trenches --
A return to routine food --
Fruit juice is pure sugar (and other things you already knew) --
The bagel dog stops here --
Put a spork in me ; I'm done!
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Based on a blog of the same name, this title is one teacher's account of eating school lunch for a year. It unveils the truths about school lunches (like why pizza counts for two grains while rice  Read more...

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