Do you use a small fork?

I rarely listen to much that Sir Alan Lord Sugar has to say but every time I use a teaspoon to eat some cereal I think of him. This is because a few years ago I remember him evangelising the benefits of using small cutlery. His reasoning being that by using a small fork or spoon you will trick your brain into thinking it’s eaten more than it has. With this in mind, I was wondering if you subscribe to the undersized cutlery theory, or is it just Lord Sugar (and occasionally me). Let me know via the comments button or @anunknowncomic.
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Cutting down on the white stuff.

Like Ian Wright I need to cut down on my sugar intake.

This realisation, like most realisations in life, came via porridge.

Whenever I’ve made porridge for myself I’ve always added sugar but for my 1 year old I make it without. Being so young I also have to check the temperature is suitable. I do this through the very sophisticated method of sticking my little finger in the porridge. This however means I then have a bit of porridge on my finger and the easiest way to remove this is by licking it off. On doing this I was surprised that it didn’t taste minging, in fact it was more than passable. Since then I’ve tried to take less sugar in my porridge, my other cereals and my cups of tea (down to about half a tea spoon).

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