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International Foods Final
Terms in this set (27)
Which country is the most populated in this region?
What is the main fuel in rural areas of this region?
What is a wok?
A large rounded bottom pan for stir-frying over a burner, which consumes less fuel than an oven.
Why do they use woks when cooking?
The burners for cooking consume less fuel than an oven.
Why are large segments of the population in this region vegetarian or vegan?
Some religions have their own laws and traditions that forbid the eating of meat and other animal products.
The Indian Ocean is the ____ ocean.
Worlds third largest
What crops are grown in the more temperate elevation below Nepal's most famous attraction, Mt. Everest?
Rice, corn, wheat, potatoes, livestock.
What crops does Pakistan rely on for their economy?
Rice, wheat, sugarcane, and other agricultural products.
How does the size of India compare to the United States?
India is one third of the size of the United States.
What two countries were at a time a single British colony?
India and Pakistan
What are the two biggest influences on what is eaten, what is not eaten, in this region?
Religion and spices.
About what percent of India is Hindu?
What is turmeric?
A relative of the ginger plant, colors the food a bright yellow and is a key ingredient in curry powder.
What else is turmeric used for?
Also believed to be an antiseptic that helps soothe inflamed sinuses and purify the blood.
What are Indian meals accompanied by?
A wide variety of condiments (chutneys, raitas, salads, pickles, and sambals) to temper and harmonize the overall meal.
What are satays?
What is tempura?
Batter-fried shrimp and vegetable dish.
How is Vietnamese French Bread different from the French Bread made in France?
They add rice flour which makes it lighter in taste and texture than the traditional baguette.
Simple seasonings, stir-fry, and steamed dishes.
Subtly, soups, and seafood.
Spicy, sweet-sour blends, marinated meats, and sauces.
Elaborate but delicate, imperial banquets.
Spicy and hot.
What do Koreans season their dishes with?
Toasted sesame seeds, red chiles, garlic, green onions, and a blend of rice and vinegar and sugar.
What is Kimchi?
A spicy, pickled cabbage condiment, and is Korea's national dish.
Cooked, seasoned, rice garnished with a variety of raw and cooked ingredients.
Impeccably fresh fish sliced into bite-sized pieces.
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