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Plastic Fork

rated 5.0 of 5 stars
photo:   Plastic Fork cookware

A very reasonably priced (free in many places...actually almost everywhere) utensil that is lightweight, easy to use, and reusable!


  • 1. Super lightweight
  • 2. Free
  • 3. Easy to master use
  • 4. Comes in a variety of colors (but mostly white or black)
  • 5. Easy to find
  • 6. Did I mention free? (unless you buy in bulk), but really, how many folks are you entertaining on a hike?


  • 1. Sometimes you have to order food, especially “to go,” to obtain your copy of this excellent item
  • 2 The tines may break if you chomp down on them
  • 3. Doesn’t work when trying to eat jerky
  • 4. Kids somehow don’t like it when you use this implement to “get“ their attention when they are misbehaving

Great product! My girlfriend recently  introduced me to the art ( and expense) of getting food to go... this amazing utensil was hidden as a free gift in the bag  I also actually found a free knife and napkins too!!! What a wonder! This is a great alternative to titanium eating utensils and also is available in large quantities to do your job as a Trail Angel!!

Nice symmetry 


Rear view ( I think)


Length varies ( but usually found less then two feet long)


Here it is again 


Insanely light



Used a few times, but haven’t trail tested yet. Poked the dog with it once and appears also to have great utility in getting dogs, children, and assorted wildlife’s attention.

Source: received it as a sample, freebie, or prize (My girlfriend handed me the food bag and it was inside )

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