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FOOD TRIVIA QUIZ 414 ANSWERS

1) The Aztecs, long before the arrival of Europeans to the Americas, would mix the ground roasted seeds of the cacao tree in hot water flavored with vanilla and spices.
More about chocolate


2) The Strawberry.
Strawberry article


3) In 1853, Chef George Crum of Saratoga Springs, New York invented Saratoga chips, otherwise known as potato chips.
More about potato chips


4) The Vanilla bean. The tiny crystals which cover the cured beans is vanillin.
Vanilla field report (Madagascar)


5) The European Eel, Anguilla anguilla and the American Eel, Anguilla rostrata. They both return to the Saragasso Sea, between Bermuda and Puerto Rico, to spawn.


6) The cucumber.
Cucumber history


7) The Moray eel. The ancient Romans, who bred them in ponds, are said to have fed them on live slaves!

 

 

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