Fruits
Vegetables
Poultry, Meat, Fish Legumes
Dairy
Rice and Grains
100
Twin with a peanut butter sandwich for protein and C. We've mentioned this in class
What is an apple?
100
It's flowery, green and high in carotene.
What is broccoli
100
Can be a fleshy substitute for pork or beef
What is fish or chicken?
100
Semi solid, made from milk and a bacterial culture.
What is yoghurt?
100
This pellet can be be both whole grain and white.
What is rice?
200
Tomato
What is Roma and Beefsteak?
200
It's sweet, and sometime used in a cake, after its name.
What is a carrot?
200
The french word is poisson:
What is fish?
200
White liquid, but more fat than milk
What is cream?
200
The darker version of this grain, common to chinese and Indian food
What brown rice?
300
These turn into raisins, when dehydrated.
What are grapes?
300
It's orange, and one of the three sisters: Rice, corn and _____.
What is squash?
300
Deliberately fattened baby beef
What is veal?
300
A dairy ingredient in poutine
What are cheese curds?
300
A major plant based ingredient of bread
What is wheat?
400
This berry is grown all over North America, it may be wild, and is named for its colour (not black)
What is a blueberry?
400
Usually harvested in late summer, tubular in shape, goes really well being dipped in butter
What is corn?
400
Shaped and named fro an important organ in your body. Red, usually
What is a kidney bean?
400
The name of the watery liquid on top of thick cream or yoghurt. Miss Muffet ate it.
What is whey?
400
You can put it in cookies, granola, or just boil themuntil they are "rolled."
What are oats?
500
Also known as the "alligator pear" it's haled as a superfood, and you spread it on your morning toast.
What is an avacado?
500
Can be held in your hand when newly picked, really red, and may appear in soup or pickled
What is a beet?
500
a key ingredient to hummous
What is chick pea?
500
Only mammals can drink this, only mammals can make this:
What is milk?
500
More a seed than a grain, you can make a "keen" salad out of it:
What is quinoa
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