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Grape Tomatoes and grapes themselves. If they are even a little under ripe or with slightly tough skins, the tynes of the fork bounce off of them or worse propels them into the air to the floor or someone elses plate!
For me,spaghetti with meatballs in tomato sauce is the hardest thing to eat with a fork! I am not Italian and have not learned how to eat this yummy meal with only my fork!
yogurt or apple sauce
I was gong too say rice, but realised that is one off the easiest things if you have it with Chinese food because the sauces help it stick together.
Any gravy with rice is hard to eat with forks.
spaghetti is hard to stay on fork even whenyou twrill it but still yummy to eat
The hardest to eat with a fork I’d say rice.
I would say soup
Same! I thought of soup first and then non-sticky rice like Uncle Bens.
Yes sometimes Uncle Ben’s rice is dry and hard to eat with a fork lol it rolls of of the fork.
Cereal! With or without milk!
I must say that jello would be the hardest to eat with a fork.
I would have to agree with the person who said cereal.I like cereal with milk.I have tried it before,and boy was it awkward. The cereal would come on the fork, but it had no milk with it, and I love getting a spoonful of milk with my spoonful of cereal!!!
Definitely The most difficult to eat with a fork and when there is no food.
Gravy, unless my mum made it, then I would need knife and fork
Ha Ha! =)
H2o is something that I imagine difficult. Eating rice is hard as well.
Cereal and milk makes a sticky mess
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