Which of the oils listed below is not a food preservative?
When it comes to cooking, what’s the difference between broiling and grilling?
Broiling cooks foods drier
Heat comes from above in broiling and below in grilling
There is no difference
Grilled foods can contain carcinogens
Fermentation can be harmful to food at times, yet it can also serve as a preservative. Which of these items is not intentionally fermented?
Which of the following words suggests that some or all of your sushi will be battered and deep fried?
Pasteurized milk is heated and immediately cooled in order to kill certain bacteria. What is the name of the method for separating fat particles in milk?
Many different cuisines have been discovered in graves all across the world. Which of these may still be eaten?
2,000-year-old beef jerky found in China
5,000-year-old honey found in Egypt
3,000-year-old butter found in Finland
2,400-year-old bone soup found in Russia
While some items cannot be substituted, others provide a few useful alternatives. Which of these is an excellent butter alternative in baking?
What is the name of the procedure for reducing or eliminating germs and molds?
What is poaching?
Gently simmering in liquid at low temperatures on the stovetop
Stealing someones food
Cooking in a water bath in the oven
Boiling to reduce broth
What is the name of the process of freezing food, then removing the water content and sealing it with nitrogen?
Which of the following is a primary food processing example?
Which of these cookies are always baked twice?
Food processing may be traced all the way back to prehistoric times. Which of the following procedures was NOT one of the first ways of crude processing?
In a non-confectionary sense, what does caramelization mean?
To heat slowly, allowing the natural sugars to sweeten and brown
To stir melted caramel into something
To color a food brown by any method
To stew vegetables until they are the color of caramel
What are ratatouille’s primary ingredients?
Eggs, beef, and cream
Zucchini, tomatoes, and eggplant
Pumpkin, almonds, and chicken steak
Pasta, andouille sausage, and garlic
Which of these procedures is considered a contemporary approach, despite the fact that conventional food processing practices have been employed for centuries?
What type of oven uses a fan to circulate hot air during baking to speed up the process?
Which three wood flavors are most popular for smoking meats?
Redwood, cedar, and maple
Hickory, apple, and oak
Cyprus, mango tree, and narra
Pine, driftwood, and oakwood
What does it mean when you deglaze a pan?
Removing the shiny surface so foods won’t stick
Adding a bit of liquid to the bottom of a hot pan to release the stuck-on brown bits
Keeping a couple of inches of water in the bottom so it doesn’t dry out
Seasoning a cast iron pan
Which variety of chocolate will last the longest?
Home canning has been practiced for centuries. To prevent fermentation during storage, fruits and vegetables preserved in jars with lids must have the proper proportion of what?
Acid and pH levels
Anyone who says cheese and sweets don’t mix has obviously never tasted tiramisu! Which type of cheese is used in this layered dessert?
What unusual food is frequently pickled or jellied for storage?
Do you want to know what sort of fish is in your sushi? It’s probably __ if it has a buttery texture, a sweet flavor, and a dark muscular line down the edge.
What does it mean to stew?
Mixing several foods together when raw and cooking them all together until done
Cooking something slowly at a low temperature, submerged in liquid to tenderize it
Putting meat with vegetables in a Dutch oven and cooking over a flame
Cooking in a pot with soy sauce
What are the three components in a California roll, besides rice and seaweed?
Cucumber, lobster, and Avocado
Cucumber, Crab, and Avocado
Carrot, tuna, and Avocado
Mango, salmon, and Anchovy
The loss of nutritional density is one of the disadvantages of food processing. Which vital ingredient is damaged when food is heated and stored incorrectly?
Which of the following is NOT a primary reason for industrial food processing?
Eliminate disease-causing microorganisms
Make food products appealing to consumers
Boost confidence levels of consumers.
Extend the shelf life of products
What kind of fish do you use when creating a Philadelphia roll?
What is the best way to store wheat?
In a Spider roll, which is not a common ingredient?
Tempura Soft-Shell Crab
Which of these foods has been traditionally preserved with alcohol?
Mung beans, biltong, and kimchi
Capers, mushrooms, and gherkins
Cherries, vanilla, and peaches
Chicken, peppers, and eggs
To keep butter fresh for longer, what preservative is used?
In the food sector, which of these is NOT an essential unit operation?
What ingredient do you use when making sushi using “Tako”?
Food processing does not involve which of the following industries?
What does it mean when you pickle food?
To can it in water with dill pickles
To preserve it in a bacteria-resistant acid
To cut it in long, thin, spikey shapes
To soak it in wine
What causes a soufflé to rise so tall?
What is the sous vide cooking method?
A broiling process developed by a sous chef
A method of heating vegetables while still keeping them raw
Submerging vacuum-sealed food under hot water
Preparing food in vacuum-sealed jars, similar to American canning
A tiny quantity of pickled ginger is provided with most sushi plates. What is this tasty root’s traditional use?
To cleanse the palate
To minimize the fishy flavors
To make the plate look nicer
To ease digestion