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Are You Going to Eat That?

written by: steffiebuzz
 
How much do you really know about the food that you eat? Take this True/False quiz and find out.

Question 1:


The food colorants, cochineal and carmine, are made from what?
None of these
A kind of insect
FD&C Red Dye #40
Frogs

Question 2:


Jell-O, the popular gelatin dessert, is made in part, from what?
Horses' and cows' hooves
Red ants
Bones and hides
None of these

Question 3:


Twinkies, the sponge cake with creamy filling, created by Hostess, have an indefinite shelf life.
False
True

Question 4:


Which of these statements, related to the effects of eating turkey, is true?
Increased blood flow to the gastrointestinal tract makes one drowsy
None of these
Turkey slows your metabolic rate which makes you drowsy
A turkey makes you sleepy as it contains the natural sedative L-tryptophan

Question 5:


The traditional Japanese dish, sushi, is always made with raw fish.
False
True

Question 6:


What food results in 'negative calories' when eaten?
All of these
Radishes
Celery
Carrots

Question 7:


Chop Suey, a pasta dish consisting of short noodles, was originally made and served in which country?
China
Vietnam
Thailand
USA

Question 8:


Gatorade, a non-carbonated sports drink, was invented by researchers at the University of Florida and named in honor of the Florida Gators, the school's football team.
True
False

Question 9:


In 2003, the FDA issued a warning about a possible connection between green onions and which disease?
Gall stones
Hepatitis A
Cancer
None of these

Question 10:


In the USA, the color of the plastic tags, used to seal bread bags, indicates on what day the loaves were baked.
True
False

 


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