Culinary Quiz 2

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What substance in certain foods was found to be effective in preventing and treating scurvy?
Vitamin C
Name the delicacy obtained mainly from the sturgeon (fish)
Caviar
What common food-related process was invented by Nicolas Appert in 1809?
Canning
What is the Japanese name for the dish prepared from the extremely poisonous pufferfish?
Fugu
Candy pop rocks burst in your mouth due to the release of which gas?
Carbon Dioxide
From which part of a pig is the cut known as "pork butt" in the USA obtained?
Shoulder
What is uncooked ham known as?
Gammon
What was the name of the flat bread on which food was served in medieval times?
Trencher
A pilchard differs from a sardine in what generally accepted regard?
Size, it's bigger
What is also known as pink slime?
Mechanically Deboned Meat
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Name the enzyme obtained from calf stomachs and widely used in the dairy industry
Rennet
From what common vegetable can you become poisoned by solanine?
Potato
Give another name for a passion fruit
Granadilla
What is bacalao?
Salted Cod
What does the pumpkin, olive and tomato have in common?
All are fruits
What food ingredient is mainly obtained by boiling pigs skins and cow bones?
Gelatine
What word describes attaching a fattier meat to a leaner cut while cooking so as to prevent dryness?
Barding
Give another name for head cheese
Brawn
What ingredient used when curing meats is also a ingredient in black powder (gunpowder)?
Saltpetre
Name the handheld kitchen utensil which shares a name with a creepy crawly creature
Spider
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