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Only True Italian Food Lovers Will Score an 8/10 On This Quiz!

Only true lovers of Italian food will be able to garner at least an 8/10 on this tricky quiz! Are you up for the challenge? Take these 12 questions and put your knowledge to the test!
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What influential crop was incorporated into Italian cuisine after Columbus returned from the New World?
Tomatoes
Potatoes
Corn

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When were tomatoes first introduced to the world of Italian cooking?
In the 1600s
In the 1800s
In the 1700s

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What is a key factor that distinguishes Italian cooking from the cuisine of other countries?
The variety of ingredients
The strictness of the recipes
The training of the chefs

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What's the most popular type of eatery in Italy?
Trattorias
Osterias
Pizzerias

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Which people are frequently credited with first delivering dried pasta to the Italian countryside?
The Arabs
The Japanese
The Irish

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How many pounds of pasta do Italians eat on average each year?
20 pounds
40 pounds
60 pounds

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How many different varieties of dried pasta are made in Italy?
Around 100
Around 275
About 350

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Why does pasta sometimes come in such complicated shapes?
To vary cooking time
To cling to certain types of sauces
For aesthetic reasons

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What is the primary ingredient of pesto?
Rosemary
Basil
Thyme

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Which oil is most common in Italian cuisine?
Peanut oil
Sesame oil
Olive oil

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What is the main ingredient in gnocchi?
Spinach
Tomato
Potato

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Which of the following is NOT an ingredient in pesto?
Black olives
Basil
Olive oil

C+, Italian Food Iffy

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Based on the results of this quiz, your knowledge on Italian cuisine is iffy at best. Though you may love indulging in a big plate of pasta or a savory pizza, you're not one to look into the history of the foods you love most.

B+, Italian Food Intelligent

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly passionate about the history and culinary story of Italian food. Few cuisines have captured your attention the way that Italian food has!

A+, Italian Food Genius

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true Italian food genius! We'd go so far as to say, you might have a bit of Italian heritage in you. Not only are you truly astute when it comes to Italian cuisine, but you seem downright passionate.
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1
What influential crop was incorporated into Italian cuisine after Columbus returned from the New World?
Tomatoes
Potatoes
Corn
2
When were tomatoes first introduced to the world of Italian cooking?
In the 1600s
In the 1800s
In the 1700s
3
What is a key factor that distinguishes Italian cooking from the cuisine of other countries?
The variety of ingredients
The strictness of the recipes
The training of the chefs
4
What's the most popular type of eatery in Italy?
Trattorias
Osterias
Pizzerias
5
Which people are frequently credited with first delivering dried pasta to the Italian countryside?
The Arabs
The Japanese
The Irish
6
How many pounds of pasta do Italians eat on average each year?
20 pounds
40 pounds
60 pounds
7
How many different varieties of dried pasta are made in Italy?
Around 100
Around 275
About 350
8
Why does pasta sometimes come in such complicated shapes?
To vary cooking time
To cling to certain types of sauces
For aesthetic reasons
9
What is the primary ingredient of pesto?
Rosemary
Basil
Thyme
10
Which oil is most common in Italian cuisine?
Peanut oil
Sesame oil
Olive oil
11
What is the main ingredient in gnocchi?
Spinach
Tomato
Potato
12
Which of the following is NOT an ingredient in pesto?
Black olives
Basil
Olive oil

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