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FOOD TRIVIA QUIZ #402 ANSWERS

1) The banana split.
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2) agar (agar-agar) (also called Japanese Isinglass, Bengal isinglass, and Japanese moss.
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3) Goldwasser or Danzig Goldwasser.

4) Dried currants are not the same thing as fresh currants. Dried currants are actually small raisins - the dried fruit of the Zante grape, originally from Corinth, Greece.  Fresh currants (red, pink, black and white) are the fruits of plants in the gooseberry family, genus Ribes.
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5) Good, ripe cranberries will bounce. Bounceberry is another name for them.
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6) It takes about 350 squirts for each gallon of milk from a cow.
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7) The "Flower of Kent" is a large green skinned apple variety, and is thought to have been the variety that struck Sir Isaac Newton.
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