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ASSESMENT ANSWERS SITHCCC006:- PREPARE APPETISERS AND SALADS Q1:- What are salads?
Q2:Describe 4parts of salad?
Q3:-provide two examples of the following classification of salads
Q4:-Describe how should you store salad?
Q5:-List 9 different types of ingredients that are used in salads preparation?
Q6:-List 10 different leaf vegetable suitable for salad?
Q7:-What specific qualities should you look for with the following classification of vegetable
Bulbs and turners:- Bulbs usually consist of layers, or clustered segments. .
Leafy:- the edges of the leaves should be frilly with slight bluish purple or white color. Iceberg – Quality Iceberg heads will be moderately firm with thick, pale green leaves. Seeds:- This is a plant's ability to germinate well and quickly grow into a healthy, productive plant. Flower vegetable:- Bright color. After you've checked for bruises, blemishes and pests (harder to see on vegetables like cauliflower and cabbage, so double check), look for fruits and vegetables with the brightest, most inviting colors Stem vegetable:- Vegetables are usually grouped according to the portion of the plant that is eaten such as leaves (lettuce), stem (celery), roots (carrot), tubers (potato), bulbs (onion) and flowers (broccoli). A fruit is the mature ovary of a plant. So a tomato is botanically a fruit but is commonly considered a vegetable . Fresh vegetable:- blemishes and pests (harder to see on vegetables like cauliflower and cabbage, so double check ), look for fruits and vegetables with the brightest, most inviting colors.

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