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1) London Broil is not a cut of meat.
What is it?

2) Cumin 'seeds' are not seeds, what are they?

3) How many cans of pork and beans does Campbell Soup Company sell each year?
• a) 1 million cans
• b) 10 million cans
• c) 100 million cans
• d) None, Campbell’s doesn’t sell pork and beans
• e) 500 million cans

4) Kiwi fruit are originally from what country, and how many varieties are grown there?

5) The Lord's Prayer is 66 words, the Gettysburg Address is 286 words, there are 1,322 words in the Declaration of Independence.
How many words are in government regulations on the sale of cabbage?
• a) 597 words
• b) 1,972 words
• c) 12,369 words
• d) 19,148 words
• e) 26, 911 words

6) What do the following have in common?
Shakespeare, Louis XV, the ancient Roman poet Horace, King Alfonso XI of Castile, Thomas Nash, ancient Greek Priestesses, Egyptian priests.

7) Eating candy can counteract what physical effect caused by flying at high altitude?

8) In the colorful language of the lunch counter and diner, what is a "cluck and grunt?"

9) What deadly chemical compound do lima beans contain?

10) The apricot, a native of China, has been cultivated for over 4,000 years.
What percentage of the world's supply does the U.S. produce?



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