"The fast is officially broken by partaking of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper."
He goes on to explain that,
"In modern scripture, fasting is described as 'rejoicing and prayer' (Doctrine and Covenants 59:14), which implies that it is more than just abstaining from food."
I've always not understood why in some places we are told to forego food and liquids for 24 hours and other times we are told to skip 2 meals. This quote seems to go along with the skipping two meals if we start our fast the night before and don't eat until lunch the next day. What do you think?