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Cooking terminology?
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Cooking Q
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What do you need to do to pasta in order to make it floppy and edible?
Boil/Simmer
What clear liquid is the most important to both cooking and life itself?
Water
Milk is an example of a(n) _______, where droplets of oil are suspended in water.
Emulsion
Egg yolk is an example of a(n) ________, a chemical which allows droplets of oil to be suspended in water.
Emulsifier
An emulsifier has two ends, one is ______ and the other is ______
Hydrophobic
Hydrophilic
When it gets heated to a certain temperature, what chemical starts absorbing lots of water?
Starch
What temperature do you need to heat it to?
60°C/140°F
This is useful when _____ sauce.
Thickening
What are the two main methods for safely cutting food?
Bridge
Claw
What are the 2 main examples of water-in-oil emulsion?
Cheese
Butter
What type of pasta is in long, thin, bendy, cylinders?
Spaghetti
What type of pasta is in tubes that look like they're in italics?
Penne
What type of pasta is in a bow tie shape, or a butterfly shape?
Farfalle
What type of pasta is in smooth, straight tubes?
Ziti
What type of pasta is can contain a small amount of stuffing
Tortellini/Ravioli
What type of pasta is in large sheets?
Lasagne
What do pathogenic bacteria need to survive and reproduce? (and therefore stop them by changing one or more of these conditions)
Correct pH
Correct temperature
Water
Nutrients
Air
What is the minimum temperature that you can cook and sterilise food?
60°C/140°F
What is the minimum temperature that you can legally (UK) cook commercial food at?
75°C/167°F
How long do you legally have to cook it at that temperature at least?
2 mins
What should you do before any eating or making any meal?
Wash hands
What is a long, hard, orange vegetable called?
Carrot
What green vegetable looks like a small deciduous tree?
Broccoli
What white vegetable looks like a small deciduous tree?
Cauliflower
What white, sweet vegetable looks similar to a long, hard, orange vegetable?
Parsnip
What is the name of a knife edge with small indents or teeth?
Serrated edge
What beige foodstuff is made from plants and fungus, and is often cut by a knife with small indents or teeth, and is often smothered in a fatty water-in-oil emulsion?
Bread
What beige foodstuff has to be cooked for a long time, and is cultivated in deep pits, and is popular in the polynesian and melanesian diet?
Pulaka/Giant swamp taro/Cyrtosperma merkusii
What method of heating goes through the movement of air due to uneven heating?
Natural convection
What method of heating goes through the movement of air due to a fan or other air mover?
Mechanical convection
What method of heating goes through direct contact, for example in a pan?
Conduction
What method of heating goes through infrared rays?
Radiation
Is gelatinisation when starch absorbs water?
Yes
Is this the 39th question of the quiz?
No
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