Food served on a polished chopping board is identical to food supplied on a plate, it has been revealed.
The findings come after an extensive research project conducted in cafes and restaurants.
“While the food we tested on wooden boards was generally more difficult to eat and about 30-40% more expensive, we found no difference in the food itself,” scientist Jeffery Coomb said today.
The findings will come as a shock to patrons, many of whom have cut plated food from their diets completely.
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