Macronutrients
Micronutrients
Special Dietary Needs
Food for Special Occasions
Hygiene & Safety
100

Main source of energy for the body

Carbohydrates

100

Two types of vitamins

Water soluble and Fat soluble

100

A reaction caused by the immune systems reaction to food

Allergy

100

Tourtière is a traditional food eaten in what country?

Canada

100

Temperature range of the danger zone

5-60 degrees celcius

200

Two different types of fats

Saturated and Unsaturated

200

This nutrient is known as the sunshine vitamin

Vitamin D

200

A prohibition or ban against eating particular foods

Food Taboo

200

Anzac Day is an example of a ________ reason for celebrating with food

Historical 

200

What does WHS stand for? 

Workplace Health and Safety

300

Starches and fibre are considered examples this type of carbohydrate

Complex

300

This vitamin enhances the absorption of iron in the body

Vitamin C

300

An autoimmune disorder in which consuming gluten triggers an immune response that damages the small intestine

Coeliac Disease

300

Eating 12 grapes at midnight on NYE represents good luck for each month of the following year in what country?

Spain

300

What is the correct PPE for someone in a kitchen?

Enclosed shoes and an apron

400

This macronutrient helps produce antibodies, enzymes and hormones

Protein

400

Name all fat soluble vitamins

A, D, E and K

400

A chronic medical condition in which the body has difficulty regulating blood sugar levels

Diabetes

400

In which country is it a custom to smash plates on the doorstep of friends and family on NYE?

Denmark

400

The 6 conditions bacteria need to grow are food, acidity, temperature, time, oxygen, and ________

Moisture

500

How many amino acids are considered "essential" in the diet?

9
500

This mineral is found in bananas, spinach and avocado and aids in the formation of muscles.

Potassium

500

An individual following type of vegetarian diet can eat dairy products but not eggs

Lacto-vegetarians

500

What food is commonly served during a Hanukkah celebration? 

Latkes

500

Definition of cross contamination

Transfer of bacteria from one surface, object or food to another

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