Finnish school food pics thread laskias versio!
It was peasoup. Also a pulla (the dessert) for some shitty celebration day. Pulla was good, peasoup wasnt.
All food was free
Pea soup is generally 6%+ protein in watery soup form, and 10%+ when served thicker. With that, and a close to 5% fat, it's generally considered the food that allowed Finland to be settled over-winter in the first place. It also allowed the Finns to pwnz0rz the Russians, who were forced to subsist primarily on bread, which does not provide the needed nutrients.
It also tastes good, despite its appearance.