Categories of Produce
Vegetarians
Preparing Produce
Grains Overview
Cooking Grains
100
What category of fruit do strawberries belong to?
Berries
100
What is the most strict of vegetarians?
Vegan
100
What is the HEALTHIEST way to cook vegetables?
Steam
100
What part of the grain remains in white bread?
Endosperm
100
What term describes pasta as "firm to the bite"?
Al Dente
200
What category of fruit does a pineapple belong to?
Tropical
200
Which type of vegetarian will eat dairy AND eggs?
Lacto-Ovo
200
Which type of apple is better suited for cooking? (Red Delicious or McIntosh)
McIntosh
200
Which part of the grain is the start of a new plant and contains B vitamins, vitamin E, iron, and other trace minerals?
Germ
200
Why should you refrigerate whole grain products such as wheat germ or flax seeds?
Contain oil and can spoil quickly
300
What type of vegetable is broccoli?
Flower-Vegetables
300
Which type of vegetarian will eat all animal sources except for red meat?
Semi-Vegetarian or Flexitarian
300
What cooking method of vegetables is the least healthy and destroys many of the nutrients found in the vegetable?
Deep-Frying
300
What part of the grain is the kernal's outer protective coating, containing B vitamins, dietary fiber, and some minerals?
Bran
300
What can you do to prevent pasta from sticking?
Answers will vary: Water needs to be plentiful and boiling Stir frequently Add olive oil or salt to boiling water
400
What category of vegetable does a tomato belong to?
Fruit-Vegetable
400
What kind of vegetarian eat fish?
Pesco
400
When during the cooking process do you add sugar when poaching fruit?
Before you cook the fruit
400
What is the term used to describe when manufacturers add 10% of the daily value of a certain nutrient?
Fortified
400
How does the cooking method change between instant and regular rice?
Instant uses steam; Regular uses simmering
500
Two Parts: 1. What does a fruit need to have in order to be in the "Drupe" category? 2. Name a fruit that is in the drupe category (Both answers must be correct to receive the 500 points)
1. A central pit 2. Any fruit with a pit: Cherries, Nectarines, Peaches, etc.
500
What product is made from curdled soymilk?
Tofu
500
What is the name of the principle used to describe how water passes into another surface? (explored when we were making coddled apples and applesauce)
Osmosis
500
What parts of the grain are used to make whole wheat bread? (All THREE answers must be included to receive the 500 points)
Bran, Germ, Endosperm
500
Outside of granulated sugar, what can you add to hot or cold cereal to sweeten it?
Answers will vary: Honey, fruit (dried or fresh), maple syrup, etc.
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