Nutraloaf isn't the only prison food that might make you a little queasy. Check out some other questionable meals served at prisons across the United States.
Iowa State Penitentiary, Iowa
Prisoners at the Iowa State Penitentiary in Fort Madison, Iowa are usually served a goulash for lunch. The prison houses roughly 950 inmates.
The Nutraloaf is a food served in prisons across the United States to inmates who misbehave. The food usually consists of meat, vegetables and bread mashed together and baked into a loaf. This partially eaten nutraloaf was served to an inmate at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were a staple at breakfast time for inmates housed at the infamous Maricopa County Tent City Jail in Phoenix. The outdoor facility -- which kept offenders in small tents -- was shut down in October. IAB posted a bunch of photos of what a craphole it was.
This is what a typical lunch time meal looks like at Adelanto Detention Facility in Adelanto, California. The facility is the largest immigration detention center in the state.