FST10 Winter 2010 MT1-1

FST10 Winter 2010 MT1-1 - FST10 Winter 2010 MT 1 1. Food is...

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FST10 Winter 2010 MT 1 1. Food is A. Water B. Protein C. Carbohydrate D. Fat and oil E. All of the above Answer Key: E Correct Feedback: All of the above 2. Kosher foods are associated with A. Buddhism B. Judaism C. Islam D. Tao E. Chrisitian Answer Key: B Correct Feedback: Judaism 3. Haggis is a national dish of A. Finland B. England C. Scotland D. Italy E. China Answer Key: C Correct Feedback: Scotland 4. Satiety refers to a state of A. Starvation B. Satisfaction or fullness C. Double vision
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D. Thirst E. Drunkenness Answer Key: B Correct Feedback: Dumplings 5. From Yin & Yang, which is classified as hot A. Fruits B. Leaf vegetables C. Red meats D. Sea-weeds E. Yin foods Answer Key: C Correct Feedback: Red meats 6. In Chinese culture, which is common for the first meal of the year A. Fish B. Dumplings C. Black-eys peas D. Haggis Answer Key: B Correct Feedback: Dumplings 7. Which one is NOT a comfort food A. Chocolate B. Ice cream C. Macaroni and chesse D. Peanut butter E. All of the above can be comfort foods Answer Key: E Correct Feedback: All of the above can be comfort foods 8. Under Kosher Laws, all fish species are Kosher A. True B. False
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B. False Answer Key: B Correct Feedback: False 9. What does the word Halal mean A. Proper B. Lawful C. Not Kosher D. Prohibited E. Delicious Answer Key: B Correct Feedback: Lawful 10. This is a common symbol indicating Kosher certification, from the Jewish Orthodox Union in USA A. True B. False Answer Key: A Correct Feedback: True 11. The sensory property that people utilize most to reject a food is A. Aroma B. Smell C. Taste D. Texture Answer Key: D Correct Feedback: Texture 12. Both taste and aroma preferences are innate A. True B. False
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B. False Answer Key: B Correct Feedback: False 13. Which has been added as the 5th taste A. Astringency B. Spicy C. Pungency D. Umami E. Cool Answer Key: D Correct Feedback: Umami 14. The trigeminal nerve is located in the oral cavities of the mouth and can be stimulated by irritants A. True B. False Answer Key: A Correct Feedback: True 15. When we eat honey, which region of the tongue will have the greatest sensitivity to the taste of
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FST10 Winter 2010 MT1-1 - FST10 Winter 2010 MT 1 1. Food is...

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