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Meal Planning and Dietary Restrictions (Continuing Education)

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Meal Planning and Dietary Restrictions

You are planning a meal for an individual with high cholesterol. In your baked dessert what can you use in place of butter or oil as a healthier option?
  1. applesauce
  2. avocado
  3. shortening
  4. lard
You are planning a birthday meal for a brother who is celiac, which ingredient will not be part of your meal?
  1. sugar
  2. gluten
  3. eggs
  4. tree nuts
One of your supper guests is a strict vegan. Which of these food categories will you not be serving?
  1. grains
  2. fruits
  3. root vegetables
  4. dairy
Which type of cookie is often associated with a common food allergy in children?
  1. raisin
  2. oatmeal
  3. chocolate chip
  4. peanut butter
You are making muffins for your cousin. Because she is lactose intolerant, which ingredient would substitute for milk in your recipe?
  1. cream
  2. whey
  3. almond milk
  4. dry milk
When cooking a stir fry for a vegetarian, which high in protein substitute could you use instead of meat?
  1. carrots
  2. tofu
  3. shredded coconut
  4. potatoes
Which breakfast is suitable for someone who is allergic to eggs?
  1. crepes
  2. granola
  3. waffles
  4. soufflé
When planning a meal for a vegan, which ingredient is suitable to include?
  1. pineapple
  2. prosciutto
  3. honey
  4. egg whites
When planning and cooking for people allergic to foods you often eat, you must review safety routines carefully to avoid                                            .
  1. cross-contamination
  2. serving a meal without a variety of color
  3. serving a meal without a variety of texture
  4. going over budget
Choose the appropriate snack mix for someone allergic to tree nuts.
  1. raisins, cashews, coconut flakes
  2. banana chips, raisins, cheerios
  3. croutons, pistachios, cranberries
  4. pecans, dried blueberries, cheerios
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