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Food Quiz To Determine How Well Do You Know What You Eat

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Food quiz for you

Since the beginning of time, food has been one of the main priorities of any living creature. Nutrition is an inseparable part of human life. Although food mainly functions as a fuel, as humanity developed, people began to improve the form of it, increasing the value of its taste. Nowadays, nutrition is not just a way to satisfy hunger and support life, but also one of the easiest ways to raise your spirits, fire up dopamine along with brain’s pleasure center. Different people like different types of food, so the same food can make one person happy and the other person quiver with disgust. It can also be the determiner of the financial state, as certain foods can be cost a pretty penny and some are considered to be “the food of a poor man”. Food can be a national signature, as most, if not all world countries have a number of national dishes. Furthermore, some people even dedicate their whole life to food, discovering new mouth-watering recipes, and bringing their cooking skills to a whole new level time after time. Do you consider yourself a foodie? Then take this food quiz and find out how well you know what you eat.

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The food quiz

The goal of this food quiz is to test your knowledge of various dishes, foods, and products. If you don’t score 10 out of 10, don’t worry, at least you have learned something new from the questions and will be able to show off your recently acquired knowledge during the next family dinner. So, without further ado, here is the food quiz:

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1. What is the main ingredient in the meringue?

  1. Egg white
  2. Chocolate
  3. Black pepper
  4. Salmon

2. Which of the following nutrients is not an antioxidant?

  1. Vitamin C
  2. Calcium
  3. Vitamin A
  4. Selenium

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3. What is tofu made from?

  1. Cow milk
  2. Goat milk
  3. Soy milk
  4. Coconut milk

4. Which of the following foods is the most fiber-rich?

  1. One cup of boiled black beans
  2. One medium orange
  3. One medium raw carrot
  4. One cup of cooked brown rice

5. What is kimchi?

  1. Fermented vegetable
  2. A type of seaweed
  3. Certain milk condition
  4. A dish that is served before the main course

6. Which nuts are used in marzipan?

  1. Hazelnuts
  2. Macadamia nuts
  3. Peanuts
  4. Almonds

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7. Which vitamin cannot be found in an egg?

  1. Vitamin A
  2. Vitamin C
  3. Vitamin E
  4. Vitamin D

8. You can find gluten in?

  1. Ssome fruits
  2. Certain types of meat
  3. Some grains
  4. Certain legumes

9. What is basmati?

  1. An apple variety
  2. A type of rice
  3. An ice-cream brand
  4. A cut of beef

sriracha

10. What is the main ingredient in sriracha?

  1. Potato
  2. Chili pepper
  3. Honey
  4. Spinach

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Results of the food quiz

Now, there will be a list of correct answers below. The results of the test depends on how many questions you answered correctly. Count your answers and check with the answer list. We’ve also rounded up a bunch of interesting food facts down below, so make sure your check them out as well.

Correct answers:

1. a) Egg white

Meringue is a type of dessert or candy, made from a whipped egg white and sugar. It is associated with French, Italian and Swiss cuisine. It can be consumed by itself or as a part of other desserts.

2. b) Calcium

Antioxidants include vitamins A, C, E, beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, selenium, manganese, and zeaxanthin. They help your body prevent or slow down the damaging effects of the free radicals (5).

3. c) Soy milk 

Tofu is a great source of different vital nutrients, such as protein, iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and healthy polyunsaturated fats (4)

4. a) One cup of boiled black beans

One cup of boiled black beans contains 15 grams of fiber, one medium orange – 3 grams, one medium raw carrot – 1.5 grams, and one cup of cooked brown rice – about 3.5 grams (1).

5. a) Fermented vegetable

Kimchi is a Korean side dish. Although mostly known as a fermented cabbage, it can come in the form of lots of vegetables. Kimchi is very rich in probiotics and has great health benefits (6).

6. d) Almonds

Marzipan is a confection for bakery, mainly for decorating cakes. Classical marzipan consists of sugar or honey and ground almonds.

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7. b) Vitamin C

Egg is an ultimate nutrient-rich food (2). Besides almost the host of vitamins, it also contains a great amount of proteins, and minerals, that is why it is widely used in dieting and is a part of any well-balanced nutritional plan.

8. c) In some grains

Gluten is the name of a group of proteins that are found in wheat, barley, rice, and triticale. Consumption of gluten may be dangerous for people who have a gluten allergy, that is why, a gluten-free diet was created (3).

9. b) A type of rice

The basmati is a type of rice of an Indian origin. It is high in amylose and does not stick after cooking (7).

10. b) Chili pepper

Sriracha is a hot sauce of a Thai origin, made mainly from the chili pepper paste, garlic, distilled vinegar, sugar, and salt. It is a dipping sauce for seafood or meat, in fried noodles, as a topping for spring rolls, or, basically wherever you want to use it.

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So, now that you have checked and summed up all your correct answers, here is your food rank:

A food newbie

If you have 1 to 3 correct answers – you are a food newbie. You may like to enjoy a nice casserole, but you don’t ask what it was made of. However, you still have a boundless world of gastronomic discoveries ahead, and, hopefully, this quiz will become the first step into that world for you.

A respected amateur

If your result is 3 to 6 correct answers, your rank is a respected amateur. You admire nice food and may even dabble in cooking yourself. You have a great potential and can understand a recipe book without using a dictionary (most of the time). There is still a lot of room for improvement, so keep on learning new things.

A master chef

If you have answered correctly 6-9 questions, you are a master chef. You know what you eat, and you don’t need a recipe to know what to do with a tomato, eggplant and courgette. Baking is also not a problem for you, and you know for sure that your cooking skills are impressive when you collect empty plates after the dinner.

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All hail to the gastronomic master

If you scored 10 in this food quiz, meaning that you answered all the questions correctly, then you are a gastronomic master. You know your food from A to Z and can even create your own recipes. There is not much to say, you are basically a food guru.

Conclusion

It is not a secret, that food plays a huge role in human life. And although, some people may seem indifferent about it and eat whatever’s at hand, all people have their specific preferences. You may like certain dishes, and dislike others, and that is ok. Being a food lover is very popular nowadays, knowing which food goes better in which combinations and spending time to enjoy certain dishes can even be considered a hobby. But not all foodies really know what they eat, what nutritional value some foods have, and sometimes even what they are made of. This food quiz will determine who is a gastronomic master, a master chef, food amateur, or a newbie.

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DISCLAIMER:

This article is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional advice or help and should not be relied on to make decisions of any kind. Any action you take upon the information presented in this article is strictly at your own risk and responsibility!

SOURCES:

  1. Chart of high-fiber foods (2018, mayoclinic.org)
  2. Egg, whole, raw (2020, fdc.nal.usda.gov)
  3. Everything you need to know about gluten (2018, medicalnewstoday.com)
  4. Everything you need to know about tofu (2017, medicalnewstoday.com)
  5. How can antioxidants benefit our health? (2018, medicalnewstoday.com)
  6. Kimchi (2020, britannica.com)
  7. What to know about rice (2020, medicalnewstoday.com)
Laura VanTreese

Laura VanTreese

Hi! My name is Laura VanTreese. I am a professional nutritionist as well as personal trainer who has over 8 years of experience in the health and wellness world. I have worked in a variety of different settings as well as with a vast array of clientele. I worked primarily as a nutritionist in a public health setting working mainly with pregnant and postpartum women helping them to maintain a healthy lifestyle while juggling the new demands of motherhood. I've also worked for several years as a personal trainer and have helped numerous clients create a sustainable healthy lifestyle through manageable healthy eating habits and regular exercise routines. My main goal in life is to help others achieve their health and wellness goals and I'm so happy to have this platform to be able to do just that! :)

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