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    fork

    In the following title,

    Energy Loss in Food (Field to Fork)

    Fork connotes home or (dinner) table, doesn't it?

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    Re: fork

    Quote Originally Posted by unpakwon View Post
    In the following title,

    Energy Loss in Food (Field to Fork)

    Fork connotes home or (dinner) table, doesn't it?
    Yes, the title refers to the journey that food takes from the field where it was grown all the way to your dining table, ready to be eaten with a fork.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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