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Flour Power

Breads, pasta, cakes, cookies and pies would be nowhere without flour. Let's see if you truly know how special flour and its parent, wheat, are!


 

Quiz ID:#4230
Fun:** (2.01)
Difficulty:** (2.02)
Category:Entertainment > Food and Drink
Created By:PineappleMamaAus**!!!

 

 

 



#1   The top three most important grains grown [for human consumption] worldwide are wheat, maize (corn), and rice. Where does wheat rank?

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#2   Barley and wheat were the first cereal grains to ever be planted and harvested. Wheat was first seen in southwest Asia in a virile place called the ____.






#3   What are the two methods for harvesting wheat?






#4   In 2005, the United States ranked third in wheat production worldwide. What country grew the most?

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#5   Many people know that pasta is often made from semolina, but what kind of wheat is semolina?






#6   If you were to grind maize to the same size as semolina, what common breakfast food would you have?

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#7   When non-durum wheat is ground it is called farina. In America, this porridge is known by the trade name ____?






#8   The whole wheat flour you see on a store shelf is usually missing one part of the whole grain. What part is missing?






#9   Which wheat contains more protein?




#10   Wheat is not grown in India.




#11   What sauce base, vital to French cooking, is made from fat and wheat flour?

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