Statistics for Cooking quiz

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  • This quiz has been taken 144 times
  • The average score is 9 of 40

Answer Stats

Cooking QAnswer% Correct
What clear liquid is the most important to both cooking and life itself?Water
98%
What do you need to do to pasta in order to make it floppy and edible?
Boil/Simmer
87%
What green vegetable looks like a small deciduous tree?Broccoli
42%
What white vegetable looks like a small deciduous tree?Cauliflower
41%
What is a long, hard, orange vegetable called?Carrot
40%
What type of pasta is in long, thin, bendy, cylinders?Spaghetti
37%
What type of pasta is in tubes that look like they're in italics?Penne
35%
Is this the 39th question of the quiz?No
34%
What type of pasta is can contain a small amount of stuffingTortellini/Ravioli
33%
Milk is an example of a(n) _______, where droplets of oil are suspended in water.Emulsion
31%
What should you do before any eating or making any meal?Wash hands
31%
Is gelatinisation when starch absorbs water?Yes
31%
What type of pasta is in large sheets?Lasagne
30%
What white, sweet vegetable looks similar to a long, hard, orange vegetable?Parsnip
25%
What is the name of a knife edge with small indents or teeth?Serrated edge
24%
What type of pasta is in a bow tie shape, or a butterfly shape?Farfalle
22%
Air
20%
Egg yolk is an example of a(n) ________, a chemical which allows droplets of oil to be suspended in water.Emulsifier
19%
What is the minimum temperature that you can cook and sterilise food?60°C/140°F
15%
What temperature do you need to heat it to?60°C/140°F
15%
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
15%
What is the minimum temperature that you can legally (UK) cook commercial food at?75°C/167°F
13%
When it gets heated to a certain temperature, what chemical starts absorbing lots of water?Starch
12%
What type of pasta is in smooth, straight tubes?Ziti
12%
What method of heating goes through direct contact, for example in a pan?Conduction
10%
Correct temperature
10%
Hydrophilic
10%
An emulsifier has two ends, one is ______ and the other is ______Hydrophobic
10%
Claw
9%
Butter
8%
This is useful when _____ sauce.Thickening
7%
What do pathogenic bacteria need to survive and reproduce? (and therefore stop them by changing one or more of these conditions)Correct pH
6%
How long do you legally have to cook it at that temperature at least?2 mins
5%
What are the two main methods for safely cutting food?Bridge
5%
Nutrients
5%
What method of heating goes through infrared rays?Radiation
5%
What are the 2 main examples of water-in-oil emulsion?Cheese
4%
What method of heating goes through the movement of air due to a fan or other air mover?Mechanical convection
3%
What method of heating goes through the movement of air due to uneven heating?Natural convection
3%
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
2%

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