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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following diseases lead to a lack of vitamin B?
2. What does soluble fiber do to the digestive system?
(a) Makes it acidic.
(b) Speeds it up.
(c) Destroys it.
(d) Slows it down.
3. What vitamin other than vitamin B are seeds likely to contain?
(a) Vitamin D.
(b) Vitamin E.
(c) Vitamin A.
(d) Vitamin C.
4. Which of the following is a mint herb?
(c) A pennyroyal.
5. In what way are batters different from dough?
(a) They contain more sugar.
(b) They contain less alcohol.
(c) They contain more water.
(d) They contain more flour.
6. Which of the following watermelons is known as a winter watermelon?
(a) A pomegranate.
(b) A grapefruit.
(c) A honeydew.
(d) A cantaloupe.
7. What kind of melons are often used as preserves?
(a) Major melons.
(b) Minor melons.
(c) Summer melons.
(d) Winter melons.
8. What word best describes a coriander's aroma?
9. What are cookies usually made from?
(b) Cake flour.
10. What is an example of oil convection?
(c) Shallow frying.
(d) Deep frying.
11. Which of the following is the reason citrus fruit is currently so popular?
(a) Grows in any climate.
(b) Stores well.
(c) Freezes well.
12. Which of the following is a type of candy?
13. Which herb can burn ones eyes?
14. What is the title of Chapter 16?
(a) Meat products.
(b) Chocolate and sugars.
(c) Cooking methods and utensil materials.
(d) Recipies to die for.
15. Which of the following fruits is known to freeze well?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the first sweetener in Europe?
2. What does one use to thicken puree?
3. In what way are strawberries unusual?
4. What does one use to thicken emulsions?
5. Which of the following is a stone fruit?
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