YourTensils: Instead of plastic utensils
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YourTensils: Instead of plastic utensils

Alison Willman is bothered by the number of plastic forks, knives and spoons that are used once and thrown away at quick-serve restaurants. And carrying around a dirty fork in her purse was a bit messy. So she came up with an idea for a better option. (Dan Beyers/The Washington Post)

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