It all started one day at the beginning of last year when she forgot to pack her lunch. Mrs. Q--a pseudonym that this elementary school teacher used for a year online--had to, for the first time, eat a meal from the school cafeteria with her students, reports the Huffington Post. She wasn't happy with what she was presented with: a hot dog in soggy dough, six tater tots, a Jell-O cup and chocolate milk, USA Today reports.

"That particular meal seemed barely recognizable as food," she told Good Morning America Wednesday. "I was struck by the fact that the...

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