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Culinary Skills Questions - All Grades

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Grade 10 Culinary Skills
Food science is the study of how food and cooking work.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Culinary Skills
At what temperature will any water in food become ice?
  1. 40 degrees F (4.4 degrees C)
  2. 38 degrees F (3.3 degrees C)
  3. 32 degrees F (0 degrees C)
  4. 42 degrees F (5.5 degrees C)
Grade 10 Culinary Skills
Identify two things that occur when food is frozen.
  1. spoilage and enzyme activity slows
  2. spoilage slows and enzyme activity stops
  3. spoilage and enzyme activity stops
  4. spoilage stops and enzyme activity slows
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
Identify the range of food irradiation facilities in the world today.
  1. 40-55
  2. 80-100
  3. 100-130
  4. 5-10
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
What is the primary goal of food radiation?
  1. bring food costs down
  2. enhance food flavors
  3. identify new strains of pathogens
  4. establish safe food supplies
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
Identify the most serious problem that irradiation addresses from mass produced products such as ground beef.
  1. serious threat of local food poisoning
  2. elongates shelf life of product
  3. serious threat of wide spread food poisoning
  4. enhances nutritional value of product
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
What is the basis for consumer resistance to irradiating foods?
  1. chemical energy cannot be safely used on food
  2. irradiated foods are too expensive
  3. nuclear energy cannot be safely used on food
  4. taste of irradiated food is significantly altered
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
How may irradiation impact the taste of some food?
  1. leaves a metallic or sulfurous taste
  2. creates a salty aftertaste
  3. enhances flavours
  4. creates a sweet aftertaste
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
Which country irradiates the most amount of food?
  1. United States
  2. Canada
  3. Germany
  4. China
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
Identify the irradiated food in the United States that is not labeled with the symbol?
  1. potatoes
  2. spices
  3. wheat
  4. poultry
Grade 11 Culinary Skills
Identify a means of radiating food that most people consider safe.
  1. dehydrating
  2. curing
  3. microwaving
  4. braising
Grade 10 Culinary Skills
In academia, food science is considered a social science.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Culinary Skills
Molecular gastronomy is a blend of chefs' art and food technology.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Culinary Skills
Food science does not lead to the development of new food products.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 10 Culinary Skills
Food engineering is the study of causes and prevention of food borne illness.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 9 Culinary Skills
Custom blends of ice cream may be flavoured with         fruit        ,        nuts        or chocolate.
Grade 9 Culinary Skills
Standard ice cream is made from         cream        , milk,         sugar         and flavourings.
Grade 9 Culinary Skills
Custard ice cream is made from cooked custard, a thin pouring type of custard called creme             anglaise.            
Grade 9 Culinary Skills
When making ice cream, it is the constant            stirring            and quick            freezing           that keeps ice crystals small so ice cream remains smooth.
Grade 9 Culinary Skills
Adding         sugar         to cream reduces the            freezing            point of cream keeping it from becoming rock hard.
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