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FSN 250 Quizzes
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Which of the following is an indigenous ingredient to the Balkans?
What is Bulgur?
True or False? People of the Balkans or middle east may eat cheese from goats, sheep or camel
What is the most common cheese to the Balkans or middle east?
Muslim countries do not eat___?
Persian food is a name give to food from?
True or False? Snacking is common among people from the Balkans or Middle East
True or False? In the Balkans/Middle East canned or frozen foods are avoided to preserve health.
What is Ghee?
What is Dal?
Wheat is a staple of Northern India and Rice is a staple of Southern India
What is Ras Malai?
What is paneer?
What is Sajji?
Skewered meat cooked around a fire
In Asian Indian societies who is responsible for procuring, storing, and preparing foods?
Which of the following is a seasoning native to Puerto Rico as discussed in class?
True or False? In its raw state the cassava plant is poisonous.
What is the name of the fruit that is banned in the US because of its blood sugar lowering properties?
the most important and the most popular drinks in Puerto Rico are ____ & _____?
rum and coffee
What country is well known for Jerked Foods?
A corn based diet is traditionally eaten by people from?
The national dish of Brazil is? _______
What is a lechon?
True or False? In Brazil they cut their sandwiches with a fork and knife.
What is Congee?
Porridge eaten for breakfast
True or False? In Chinese culture it would be acceptable to eat frogs, seahorses, or insects such as scorpions as a food source.
In Chinese culture, what food is considered the "poor man's cow"?
Braised bear paw is a delicacy of?
What region of China is most familiar to Americans? (most Chinese American restaurants are from ____ region of China)
What is the preferred meat in Southern China?
What is the Japanese beverage of choice?
According to our PowerPoint slides how are dishes classified in Japan?
By their method of preparation
True or False? In Japan slurping a soup would be considered a sign of appreciation.
What is NOT True regarding daily patterns and Etiquette of Korea?
children are served first
Which of the following is NOT a principle of Filipino cooking___?
Foods should have a buttery creamy taste
The main staple and foundation of the Filipino diet is?
long grain rice
What is the primary protein in Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Loatian cultures?
Which region of Vietnam is known for its beautifully presented dishes and attention to gastronomy?
True or False? Rice is a staple of the Filipino diet and is usually eaten and meals and snacks.
True or False? In Vietnam it would be considered a compliment to the host if you ate everything on your plate.
Which of the following is TRUE regarding etiquette and daily meal patterns in the Pacific Islands?
It is considered impolite to refuse foods
Which of the following is NOT one of the ingredients in SPAM musubi (think of the video)?
What is the main ingredient in Kimchi?
True or False? Kobe beef is a high quality beef where often the cows are fed beer and massaged regularly.
According to one of the videos, _____ is the name for a Hawaiian staple food that is made from tarro and appears to be a thick purplish paste.
True or False? Foods that were introduced to Africa included watermelon and black eyed peas.
Which of the following foods was considered prestigious in Africa?
The national dish of Ethiopia is?
True or False? Africans like foods such as porridge, grits, and stews.
What are chitterlings or chitlins?
Which of the following foods would NOT be found at a child naming ceremony?
True or False? Mexican worldview involves a masculine society?
What food might be used in Mexican tradition to cure "mal de ojo"?
How many meals are traditionally eaten per day in Mexico?
True or False? In Mexico it is considered polite to leave some of your food on the plate and not eat everything that is served.
True or False? Hispanics go to restaurants more than any other ethnic group in the US?
Which of the following is NOT TRUE regarding Central American Health Beliefs and Practices?
Overweight is associated with sickness
True or False? In Central America asking for seconds would be considered a compliment?
Moroccan food is often cooked in a _______ which is typically made of clay/ceramic and is cone shaped
At one time, canned tortillas were very common.
A "ploughman's lunch" was typically eaten by:
People from Great Britain and Ireland
Another name for classic French Cuisine is called?
Touraine France is called the Garden of France because it is a very fertile area. One crop that is significant to French cooking that grows here is_____?
Which of the following is FALSE regarding gypsies?
Gypsies are counted in the US census
Where do Wurst's originate?
Where does the apple strudel originate?
True or False? In the Armenian culture, the word for bread also means "meal"
True or False? Zakuski is a group of foods similar to tapas.
In Germany it is considered rude to cut certain items. Which item would be OK/acceptable to cut?
Which of the following is NOT one of the 4 possible descriptions for "a la bordelaise"?
Prepared in a seasoned beer batter
True or False? The word "Offal" is used to describe delicacy cuts of meat such as the sirloin that are eaten by the upper class.
What is not a traditional health belief of the Italians?
Baguettes can prevent colic
Which region of Italy uses more butter in their cooking (vs. olive oil)?
What is prosciutto?
Which of the following is NOT a rule of french cooking (according to the book)?
always mix sweet and sour
The word kosher means "fit"
What is true regarding "clean fish" according to Kosher law?
Clean fish have scales and fins
Under Jewish dietary law, an animal that has blemished meat or organs and is unfit for consumption is called_____?
Under Jewish dietary law it would be OK to eat a meat and cheese sandwich.
During which Jewish holiday would you use a seder plate?
More people are Christian than any other religion
What is the main feast day in Eastern Orthodox Christianity?
Which of the protestant denominations are well known for their dietary practices?
Mormons and 7th Day Adventists
Which of the following beverages would a Mormon be allowed to drink?
Many Hindus are vegetarians
Native Americans have a lower level of poverty than the average US citizen.
Which one of these foods is NOT considered part of the Native American triad of staple foods?
What region did buffalo jerky originate from?
How many meals per day were typically eaten by Native Americans?
Which of the following foods is NOT considered therapeutic by Native Americans? (according to book and class lectures)
Fry bread came from Native Americans and they were the ones to first cook it.
Which religion uses the caste system?
Which of the following is NOT true regarding health disparities in Native Americans?
They often suffer high rates of undernutrition
Under Jewish dietary law, which of the following would be OK to eat. SELECT ALL POSSIBLE ANSWERS (MORE THAN 1)
deer, chicken, sheep, salmon
The most significant food ordinance in Hinduism is the Eucharist or Communion
True or False? As omnivores we can consume and digest a wide selection of plants and animals found in our surroundings.
The appropriate use of food and the behaviors associated with eating is called:
Which foods are most likely to change as a person becomes accultured?
True or False? (According to our book) The greater the number of hours a woman spends working, the less meals are cooked at home
The tendency for health care providers to enforce their beliefs, practices, and values upon clients because they believe them to be superior is______?
True or False? Americans are considered a "future" oriented culture
True or False? Bulemia and anorexia are considered folk illnesses.
Which culture believes there should be a balance between yin and yang in the foods they consume?
True or False? Cultures with a high level of uncertainty avoidance will be very willing to try new foods.
When talking about intercultural acculturation awareness conscious incompetence occurs when a speaker is aware of a misunderstanding but makes no effort to correct that misunderstanding.
Bread is often used as a symbol or representation of something. All of the following are common things bread represents except: _____?
True or False? Many 2nd or 3rd generation immigrants are more accultured than their 1st generation relatives.
Which of the following is least likely to be a core food?
n the United States, the number one reason people choose to eat the foods they do is because of___?
Which of the following would NOT be considered an unconventional therapy?
Going to your primary doctor for a checkup
What types of messages are most effective at conveying relationships?
Which of the following is NOT true regarding time perception and context?
Low context cultures are usually polychronistic Correct
Which culture expects physical touch as a greeting and sign of welcoming?
A helpful pneumonic for thinking about successful intercultural communication is_____?
True or False?
Using a non professional interpreter such as a family member or friend is usually just as effective as using a professional interpreter for many reasons such as the patient may feel very comfortable around them.
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