Change the voice
Girls had refused to cook food.
The sentence is fine. It would probably occur with another clause in the simple past.
None of the students ate dinner because the girls had refused to cook food.
Your sentence is in the past perfect. Use it when you want to express that something happened in the past before something else happened in the past. Before the students didn't eat, the girls refused to cook food.
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