MT1 Key - 1) Chemically, food can be a) Water b) Protein c)...

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1 1) Chemically, food can be a) Water b) Protein c) Carbohydrate d) Fat e) All of the above 2) Kosher foods are associated with which religion? a) Buddhism b) Judaism c) Islam d) Tao e) Christian 3) Haggis is the national dish of: a) Finland b) England c) Scotland d) Italy e) China 4) Satiety refers to a state of? a) Starvation b) Satisfaction or fullness c) Double vision d) Thirst e) Drunkenness 5) Food can be a religious statement a) True b) False concept, which one is classified as hot. a) Fruits b) Leaf vegetables c) Red meats d) Sea-weed e) Yin foods
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2 7) According to Chinese beliefs, an unbalance your body can cause a state of disease. a) True b) False 8) Specific slaughter procedures are required only for producing Halal foods but N OT for Kosher foods. a) True b) False 9) In Chinese culture, what is common for the first meal of the year? a) Fish b) Dumplings c) Black-eye peas d) Haggis 10) Which one is not a comfort food? a) Chocolate b) Ice cream c) Macaroni with cheese d) Peanut butter e) all of the above can be comfort foods 11) By Kosher laws, all fish species are Kosher. a) True b) False 12) Under the Kosher Law, people are allowed to eat grains at anytime of the year. a) True b) False
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3 13) What does the word Halal mean? a) Proper b) Lawful c) Not Kosher d) Prohibited e) Delicious 14) For Kosher certification, the Orthodox Union does not check a) Ingredients b) Process c) Equipment d) Packaging e) All the above are checked
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course FST 10 taught by Professor Jack during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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MT1 Key - 1) Chemically, food can be a) Water b) Protein c)...

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