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    WTB Ti Folding Spork

    I'm in need of a Ti folding spork, and would rather buy one or trade for one off of a member here than pay 15 dollars for a spork and another 10 shipped from one of the retailers. If anyone has a folding Ti spork preferably a Sea to Summit or Snowpeak, please let me know. I'm looking for one under 1 ounce in weight.
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    Sorry, I don't have a spork, but it seems useful to post a reminder that eating utensils can generally be made from local materials (wood/bamboo/&c.) as needed: chopsticks, spoons, sporks, &c.

    They're much lighter and cheaper, and they won't scratch aluminum pots.

    It's also good exercise for the hands.

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    Personally I have never needed the tines on a fork and use only a long handled titanium spoon. I mostly do freezer bag cooking. The long handled spoon is light at .4 ounces and has a carabiner that lets you hang it on your pack so you don't lose it. $7.95 at EMS. Love it.

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    Spork makes me think of Spock's dorky brother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
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    I think I should clarify my "I mostly do freezer bag cooking" statement. If I am just going on an overnight you are likely to find a ribeye steak for dinner and two pounds of bacon for breakfast. Ooops.
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    Got the spork. This can be Locked.

    Thanks All.
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    the thing about a spork... its NOT a fork, its NOT a spoon and its not a knife. it falls short in so many ways. kind of like my ex-wifes opinion of me LOL

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    I know plenty of people hate sporks, but for trail cooking sporks have always worked perfectly for me. Then again I do not eat soup or very watery meals on the trail.
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