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Big Fork Users Eat Less

Researchers gave two groups of restaurant diners' different-sized forks and found that the group with the bigger forks generally ate less food. The tentative conclusion: Those with small forks feel "they are not making much progress" toward clearing the plate, hence they eat more. The research was conducted "in a popular Italian restaurant in the United States," presumably one with a Tuscan cooking school? [AFP]

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