Inmates at the county jail who break the rules or create headaches for the deputies are put on the Disciplinary Diet Inmate Meat Loaf program.
This means they get one meat loaf a day that is supposedly packed with vitamins and minerals and a lot of other tasty stuff like raw cabbage (chopped fine), raw grated potato, red beans, raw onion, an egg, seven ounces of either ground beef, turkey or "rehydrated canned or frozen".
But Sheriff's deputies aren't so sure about how effective this disciplinary meat loaf tool is.
Under the "Disciplinary Diet Inmate Meat Loaf" recipe obtained by the Court Reporter, there is this note by "Custody."
Note: Inmates placed on a disciplinary diet are served this meatloaf. I am not sure how much of an effective discipline tool it is when inmates and staff request the recipe because they "like" it. --- Custody
Here's the recipe itself if readers are interested in whipping up their own: