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1) Haddock, 'Finnan haddie' smoked haddock, originally called "Findon Haddocks" for Findon, Scotland.
More about Haddock

2) The Quaker Man of Quaker Oats.
More about Oats

3) Usquebaugh is the Gaelic word which means water of life. It is supposed to be the origin of word "whiskey” (“whisky"). (Scottish Gaelic 'uisge beatha', Irish Gaelic 'uisce beatha.'

4) Asiago.

5) The original British Imperial Gallon.
More Weights & Measures

6) Kasha.
More Buckwheat trivia

7) The Navel Orange.
Navel Orange trivia

8) China.
Additional China food trivia

9) Number one is the Apple and number two is the Peach.
More Fruit trivia

10) The Yak.
More Yak stuff



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