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(KSL News) A Salt Lake school took a different approach to Thanksgiving dinner this year.
The kids at Open Classroom Charter School ate lunch based on what people in other countries have to survive on, instead of a turkey dinner.
Today their meal was rice, beans and water.
Teachers say it was a great opportunity to teach kids about hunger throughout the world and the waste the United States produces.
Not to worry, the meals did meat USDA guidelines for children's nutrition.