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Can You Define These 12 Cooking Terms?

Can you define these 12 cooking terms? Give it a try!

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Question 1/12

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Transglutaminase was used in this Octopus Carpaccio dish. What is it?
A meat spice
An ingredient that binds meat together.
An ingredient that simulates meat flavor

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What are Alginates used for?
Removing liquid from foods.
Extracting the flavor from foods.
Turning liquid into gel.

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What are Duxelles?
A fine mushroom hash.
An infrequently used herb.
A ground squash.

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A round piece of meat can be called...
A disc
A medallion
A cog

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Fabrication is a term used for preparing...
Meat
Pastries
Meat substitutes

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If you soak fruit in liquid so the fruit absorbs the liquid flavor, what are you doing?
Marinating
Amerating
Macerating

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In cooking, another word for Quenching is...
Hydrogenating
Shocking
Soaking

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Define Chiffonade.
To slice into thin strips.
To slice small grooves over surface of fruit.
To partially cook fruits, vegetables, or nuts in boiling water.

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Which of the following is not a type of tuna?
Yellowfin
Northern Whitefin
Southern Bluefin

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What does the Japanese word Yakitori mean?
Grilled
Sauted
Raw

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Glacé does NOT mean....
Glazed
Frozen
Solidified

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If you mull a beverage, you are...
Slowly heating it
Letting it simmer.
Quickly cooling it.

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1
Transglutaminase was used in this Octopus Carpaccio dish. What is it?
A meat spice
An ingredient that binds meat together.
An ingredient that simulates meat flavor
2
What are Alginates used for?
Removing liquid from foods.
Extracting the flavor from foods.
Turning liquid into gel.
3
What are Duxelles?
A fine mushroom hash.
An infrequently used herb.
A ground squash.
4
A round piece of meat can be called...
A disc
A medallion
A cog
5
Fabrication is a term used for preparing...
Meat
Pastries
Meat substitutes
6
If you soak fruit in liquid so the fruit absorbs the liquid flavor, what are you doing?
Marinating
Amerating
Macerating
7
In cooking, another word for Quenching is...
Hydrogenating
Shocking
Soaking
8
Define Chiffonade.
To slice into thin strips.
To slice small grooves over surface of fruit.
To partially cook fruits, vegetables, or nuts in boiling water.
9
Which of the following is not a type of tuna?
Yellowfin
Northern Whitefin
Southern Bluefin
10
What does the Japanese word Yakitori mean?
Grilled
Sauted
Raw
11
Glacé does NOT mean....
Glazed
Frozen
Solidified
12
If you mull a beverage, you are...
Slowly heating it
Letting it simmer.
Quickly cooling it.

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