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1) d) Death was the penalty for watering down beer.

2) c) A specialty of Shetland Island, a boiled fish stomach stuffed with chopped fish liver and oatmeal. A simple version of haggis.

3) Pickles. It was a 40 foot long green pickle.
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4) Richard Hellman owned the deli and when he began to sell his wife's mayonnaise recipe by the jar in 1912, it helped popularize cole slaw as a side dish.      More on Hellmann’s

5) White chocolate.  It contains cocoa butter, but no chocolate solids.
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6) Halva, halvah, helva, halva, halwa, halawi

7) New Zealand.

8) Jelly doughnuts have fewer calories and less fat than plain ring ones. While a ring doughnut might weigh less, it has a greater surface area exposed to the oil and so absorbs more of the oil than a round one.

9) Maytag Blue Cheese. Maytag Dairy Farms began producing world famous Maytag Blue Cheese in 1941 after Fred Maytag II heard about the process for making Blue Cheese from pasteurized milk developed by Iowa State University.
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10) Their foil food packets contained roasted turkey and all of the trimmings.
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