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1) Name 7 special Diets a) Coeliac, protein, lactose intolerant, Elderly, Heart disease,diabetic, lacto-vegetarian. b) Coeliac, pregnant, Elderly, Heart disease,diabetic, lacto-vegetarian. c) Coeliac, pregnant, lactose intolerant, Carbohydrate, Heart disease,diabetic, lacto-vegetarian. d) Carbohydrate, pregnant, lactose intolerant, Elderly, Heart disease,diabetic, lacto-vegetarian. e) Coeliac, pregnant, lactose intolerant, Egg, Heart disease,diabetic, lacto-vegetarian. f) Coeliac, pregnant, lactose intolerant, Elderly, Health, diabetic, lacto-vegetarian. 2) What Religion is a Halal diet related to? a) Islam b) Catholic c) Kosher d) Hindu e) Buddhism f) Jedi 3) State one similarity between a Halal and a Kosher diet a) Both are easy to follow b) Both are difficult to follow c) Both make you hungry d) Both are guidelines on what can and cannot be eaten. e) Both should be followed by the same religion f) Both are vegetarian diets 4) Name 5 nutrients a) Cars, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals. b) Carbohydrates, bacon, fat, vitamins, minerals. c) Carbohydrates, protein, fat, vital, minerals. d) Carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, mouth. e) Carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins, minerals. f) fruit and vegetables, carbohydrates, meat, eggs, water 5) Name 5 dietary related illnesses a) Anorexia, Type 2 Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease. b) Obesity, Anorexia, Flu, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease. c) Obesity, Anorexia, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease. d) Obesity, Anorexia, broken nail, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease. e) Obesity, Anorexia, Type 2 Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease. f) Insomnia, Anorexia, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease. 6) What is the main benefit of eating a healthy balanced diet? a) A healthy diet helps you to draw better b) A healthy balanced diet is one which helps with healthy growth and development. c) A healthy diet helps you to be a better person d) A healthy diet helps you to be a funnier person e) A healthy diet helps you to get sick f) A healthy diet helps you to get detentions 7) What is a Hazard? a) A hazard is something that has the potential toinjure or harm someone in a particular way. b) A hazard is something that is unhealthy c) A way of preventing a hazard from injuring or hurting someone.  d) A type of food e) A method of cooking f) A way of measuring 8) What is a Control? a) Something that has the potential to injure or harm someone in a particular way. b) A way of holding a spoon c) A unit of measurement d) A type of special diet e) A control is a way of preventing a hazard frominjuring or hurting someone. f) A food group 9) What is Cross-contamination? a) Cross contamination is the transferring of food b) Cross contamination is the transferring of bacteria from one surface to another. c) Cross contamination is the transferring of ingredients d) Cross contamination is the transferring of people e) Cross contamination is the transferring of equipment f) Cross contamination is the transferring of nutrients 10) What is Personal Hygiene? a) Personal hygiene is the practice of cleaning the room b) Personal hygiene is the practice of cleaning the tools c) Personal hygiene is the practice of cleaning the food d) Personal hygiene is the practice of washing pots and pans e) Personal hygiene is the practice of keeping ourselves clean. For example, washing our hands, bodies and hair and keeping our clothes clean. f) Personal hygiene is the practice of eating a balanced diet 11) Why is it important to kill the bacteria? a) If we do not kill the bacteria in the kitchen then we run the risk of getting food poisoning.  b) If we do not kill the bacteria in the kitchen we will become malnurished c) If we do not kill the bacteria in the kitchen we will get a dietary related illness d) If we do not kill the bacteria in the kitchen it will burn down e) If we do not kill the bacteria in the kitchen it will do nothing f) If we do not kill the bacteria in the kitchen we will gain weight 12) What is a Cooking Method? a) The tools you use b) A cooking method is the way a particular foodhas been cooked. c) The amount of ingredients you put in d) Just the ingredients e) The measurements f) The nutrients in the food 13) What cooking methods do you demonstrate when making sausage rolls? a) Grilling b) Frying c) Toasting d) Barbequing e) Roasting f) The baking method. 14) What is binding? a) A way of folding paper b) A method of cooking c) Binding is when we use egg to ‘bind’ two ingredients together. d) A tool used in the kitchen e) A religion f) An ingredient 15) What is the creaming method? a) A way to cook food b) A type of vegetable c) What you do with a whisk d) Beaten raw egg used for glazing (brushing over)pastry or bread to give it a shine when baked. e) The creaming method is when we press togetherbutter and sugar with the back of a wooden spoon until it becomes a creamytexture. f) Foods which grow really well in an area and areeaten in large amounts. 16) What is an egg wash? a) Beaten raw egg used for glazing (brushing over)pastry or bread to give it a shine when baked. b) A way to clean food c) A type of soap d) A type of egg e) A way to wash vegetables f) A way to cook eggs 17) What are Staple Foods? a) Common foods b) Foods which grow really well in an area and areeaten in large amounts. c) Nutritious foods d) The 5 food groups e) Foods that contain no nutrients f) Just rice

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