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FOOD TRIVIA QUIZ #321 ANSWERS

1) The Baobab is the tree, and Monkey Bread is its fruit.
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2) Nasturtium, also known as Indian Cress.
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3) Tamale. Spiced chopped meat on a bed of masa, rolled up in corn husks or banana leaves then boiled or steamed.

4) Garlic.
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5) b) Sheep. The U.S. has only about 12 million, Australia has 155 million, USSR 141 million, China 94 million, New Zealand 72 million, India 55 million.
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6) b) The science of growing snails for food.
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7) c) Barley is grown at the highest cultivated plot of land in the world. Potatoes, quinoa and barley are grown at slightly lower elevations, and potatoes probably originated in the area.
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8) Pansy.

9) Pavlova, named for Anna Pavlova.

10)
Mahaleb.
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