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1) [b] A ‘normal’ Cheddar wheel weighs 60 to 75 pounds.
More Cheddar Cheese Trivia

2) [c] Abalone.
More Abalone Trivia

3) [a] Chile.
More Grape Trivia and Kiwi Trivia

4) [a] The technique dates back 4,600 years to the 4th and 5th Egyptian dynasties.  There are paintings in tombs from that period which show geese being held by the neck and being feed balls of grain.
More Foie Gras Trivia

5) [b] The so called English walnut is native to eastern Europe and western Asia, and today the United States is the world's largest producer.
More Walnut Trivia

6) [b] Americans eat more than 16 billion hot dogs each year.
More Hot Dog Trivia

7) [a] The fava bean, also known as faba bean, horse bean and broad bean, was the only bean known in Europe until the discovery of the New World.
More Fava Bean Trivia

8) [c] The term 'bain Marie' was originally used in alchemy, and was named after Moses' sister, who was an alchemist.

9) [c] Yellow bell peppers. Green, sweet bell peppers have 2 times as much vitamin C as oranges; red and yellow bell peppers have 4 times as much.
More Vitamin C Trivia and Sweet Pepper Trivia

10) [c] is false. Bananas are not related to orchids.
More Banana Trivia



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