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1) Kaffir Lime.

2) Kaiser Roll.

3) Kale.
More Kale Trivia

4) Kasseri.
More Cheese Trivia

5) The contestants were Katy the Kangaroo, Elmo the Elephant, Newt the Gnu and Tony the Tiger. It was a close race with Katy and Tony sharing the front of the box at first. Eventually Tony was the clear winner and in 1953 became the sole spokes-person for the cereal.
More Breakfast Cereal Trivia

6) The seaweed, Kelp.
More Seaweed Trivia

7) Kiwifruit (Actinidia chinensis) were called Yangtao in China, their country of origin, renamed Chinese gooseberry when they were introduced to New Zealand in 1906, and finally named kiwi fruit when imported into the U.S. market in the early 1960s. The French call it souris végétales, 'vegetable mice'.
More Kiwi Trivia

8) a, c, b.
a) Velveeta process cheese loaf debuted in 1928.
c) Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner debuted in 1937.
b) Cheez Whiz debuted in 1952.

9) Kumiss or koumiss.

10) Kumquat.



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