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How are omelets and scrambled eggs the same?
a) Omelets are more nutritious than scrambled eggs. b) Omelets may have ingredients like vegetables but scrambled eggs may not. c) Scrambled eggs and omelets may have ingredients like vegetables or cheese. d) Scrambled eggs are stirred when cooking.
How do the functions of milk and eggs in cooking differ?
a) Eggs are not considered a liquid ingredient: milk is a liquid ingredient b) Eggs are used as a binder; milk is not a binder c) Milk and egg products must always be scalded before use d) Milk and eggs are used as a binder
The best dairy choices for low-fat diets are:
a) All dairy products b) Reduced-fat products c) Imitation dairy foods d) Processed cheeses
In order to cook with milk, cheese, and other dairy foods, use
a) High heat b) Low heat c) Temperatures that boil the foods d) Whatever temperature you choose
Buttermilk and kefir are examples of:
a) Cultured milk products b) Milk solids c) Non-dairy foods d) Whey
Using too high cooking temperatures will cause milk to:
a) Become creamier b) Curdle and scorch c) Harden d) Harden and become sweeter
How are flour and cinnamon sifted together?
a) Use a rubber spatula to gently blend a heavy and delicate mixture b) Use a sieve to mix ingredients c) Use a spoon to thoroughly mix ingredients with a circular, up and down motion d) Use tongs to gently tumble together ingredients
How does one beat eggs for an omelet?
a) Use a rubber spatula to gently blend a heavy and delicate mixture b) Use a sieve to mix ingredients c) Use a wire whisk to thoroughly mix ingredients with a circular, up and down motion d) Use tongs to gently tumble ingredients together
To knead bread dough, use a
a) Hand mixer with a wire whisk b) Mixing bowl with a slotted spoon c) Mixing bowl with a spoon d) Stand mixer with a dough hook
An example of a food made with cheese is:
a) Baked beans b) Lasagna c) Pasta with a butter sauce d) Roasted sweet potatoes
An example of a food made with milk is:
a) Cherry gelatin b) Marinated vegetables c) Mayonnaise d) White sauce
An example of an egg that is simmered in water is a:
a) Baked egg b) Fried egg c) Hard cooked egg d) Poached egg
The best choice in cookware to use for scrambling eggs is a:
a) Double boiler b) Sauce pan c) Skillet d) Stock pot
How does cooking eggs in a microwave compare with cooking eggs on top of the stove?
a) Eggs are less nutritious when cooked in the microwave b) Eggs can only be successfully cooked in the microwave c) Eggs may be left in the shell to boil for hard cooked in the microwave. Eggs may only be fried on top of the stove. d) Eggs must be taken out of the shell first and stirred in the microwave. They may be cooked in/out of the shell on the stove.
How do the nutritional contents of eggs and dairy products compare?
a) Both eggs and dairy products contain calcium b) Both eggs and dairy products contain cholesterol c) Dairy products contain more nutrients than eggs d) Eggs contain more nutrients than dairy products
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