Salad and Salad Dressings Study Guide

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Salad and Salad Dressings Study Guide 1. What can a salad contain? a. Mixtures of meat, fish, poultry, cheese, nuts, seeds, eggs, vegetables, and fruits 2. How are salads used as parts of meals? What type of salad is used as a main course? why? a. It usually accompanies a main course. For luncheons or supper because they have high calories 3. What nutrient categories are contributed by salads? What are some specific nutrients? a. The increase of the consumption of fruits and vegetables recommended. Important sources of minerals, vitamin A, C, and beta –carotene, and fiber, and phytochemicals. 4. What part of salads may contribute a major amount of kilocalories? a. The dressing 5. Who publishes standards of identity for some salad dressings? What does this mean? a. By the FDA. This means if food products are labeled and sold under these names, they must meet the standards of identity unless the product is labeled with nutrient claim. 6.
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