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Grade 6 Kitchen Safety and Sanitation
Cross-contamination is most likely to occur when foods are not properly                .
  1. cooked
  2. separated
  3. chilled
  4. cleaned
Grade 6 Meal Planning
The US Food Pyramid is designed as
  1. an example of what the Egyptians ate.
  2. an outline of what to eat each week.
  3. an outline of what to eat each day.
  4. an example of local foods we should eat.
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 3 1/2 cups of milk. You want to reduce the yield of the recipe by half. How much milk will you need?               1 3/4 cups               
Grade 6 Meal Planning
Nutrients that occur naturally in rocks and soil are                .
  1. vitamins
  2. minerals
  3. electrolytes
  4. antioxidants
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 1 1/3 cups of flour. I want to triple the yield of the recipe. How much flour do I need?          4 cups         
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 1/8 tsp of salt. I want to quadruple the yield of the recipe. How much salt do I need?           1/2 tsp          
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 1/3 cup of butter. I want to triple the yield of the recipe. How much butter will I need?         1 cup        
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 1 1/2 cups of cheddar cheese. If you want to reduce the yield of the recipe by half, how much cheese would you need?           3/4 cup          
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 3 Tbsp of fresh basil. I want to triple the yield of the recipe. How much basil will I need?         9 Tbsp         
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 2/3 cup of rice. I want to double the yield of the recipe. How much rice will I need?             1 1/3 cup            
Grade 6 Meal Planning
Which of the following is not a reason you should eat?
  1. To meet your nutritional needs
  2. To reduce stress
  3. To satisfy your appetite
  4. Energy
Grade 6 Meal Planning
                are nutrients made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. The purpose is to supply energy for your body's functions.
  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Proteins
  3. Fats
  4. Vitamins
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 1/2 cup crumbled bacon. If you want to double the yield of the recipe, how much bacon would you need?         1 cup        
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 3/4 tsp of dried parsley. If you want to double the yield of this recipe, how much parsley would you need?              1 1/2 tsp              
Grade 6 Culinary Math
The recipe calls for 2 1/4 tsp of olive oil. I want to reduce the yield of the recipe by half. How much olive oil do I need?            1 1/8 tsp            
Grade 6 Meal Planning
The US Food Pyramid makes food serving suggestions based on your
  1. age and activity level.
  2. intelligence.
  3. location.
  4. income.
Grade 6 Meal Planning
Vegans include eggs and dairy products in their diets.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Meal Planning
Nutritional Facts are recommendations that specify the amounts of certain nutrients that the average person should obtain each day.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 6 Meal Planning
Nutrients that are made by living things that assist many chemical reactions in the body are               .
  1. vitamins
  2. minerals
  3. electrolytes
  4. antioxidants
Grade 6 Culinary Math

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2 zucchinis increased to      6     zucchinis
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