TIP: Sporks beat separate spoons & forks every time.

SporkOK, really? Seriously? You don’t know what a spork is!! Well, most of you do but for those that don’t…a spork is a combination spoon and fork. Hence the name “spork.”

So is there really a need for a spork? Of course! Remember I am a gear geek; I like gear that makes prepper life more efficient and effective. A spork fits that mission quite nicely. Why? Simple…it combines the need for a spoon (soup, stew, cereal, etc.) a fork (chunk of food) into a single piece of utilitarian gear. So there is no searching for a spoon or searching for a fork…you can just go straight to your spork for virtually all your eating needs. Very cool, eh?

I will make it even easier – a titanium Vargo Eagle Spork.  Why titanium? Because it is one of the toughest and lightest metals made by mankind. Why a Vargo Eagle spork? Because I think it is the best quality one on the market today. Notice the cool look! And the spring-clip is perfect for hanging it off your pack while it dries. Funny how the curve to the hook is a perfect fit for 550 Para-cord. Like it was made for that…which it was.

So you might be wondering why not a “knorsp” (knife, fork, spoon combination)? What?!?! You always have 3 knives on you in a prepper situation so you don’t need to combine a knife with a fork & spoon silly.

Three knives? Yup…three…maybe more. You gotta go read my post on knives to understand that whole concept.

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