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Dragée: Quiz


Question 1: [2] However in other countries (including the ________) they are classed as food items.
WalesEnglandUnited KingdomCanada

Question 2: Called mulabbas in Arabic, confetti in Italian and Jordan almonds or sugared almonds in English, these confections have a long history, and are traditionally associated with ________ and special celebrations.

Question 3: The ________ considers the metallic-finish dragées to be inedible, and are sold with a notice that they are for decorative purposes only.
PharmacovigilanceFood and Drug Administration (United States)Drug developmentNew Drug Application

Question 4: ________ are another common "chewy dragee", named because of their hard candy shell and soft center.
GreeceMentosUnited KingdomNetherlands

Question 5: A classic, popular version of dragée are whole ________ coated with a sugar shell in various colors.
Olive oilAlmondButterSoybean

Question 6: The town of Verdun, ________, had acquired a reputation for its dragées by the 13th century.
ItalyCanadaFranceUnited Kingdom

Question 7: A third form of dragée is a small sphere of sugar, used primarily in the decoration of cookies, ________, and other forms of bakery.
Sponge cakeButterBreadCake

Question 8: This is larger than nonpareils and smaller than large ________.
CassavaTapiocaBananaBrazilian cuisine

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