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Question 1: Applesauce can be used, as well as arrowroot and ________.
BananaCoconutPapua New GuineaPhilippines

Question 2: In the US, increased public concern for ________ has pushed various egg producers to release eggs under a variety of different standards.
Animal rightsBlood sportAnimal testingAnimal welfare

Question 3: In addition to true allergic reactions, some people experience a ________ to egg whites.
AllergyFood allergyFood intoleranceCoeliac disease

Question 4: Eggs are considered a good source of protein and ________.
Acetyl-CoACholineDimethylethanolamineLecithin

Question 5: These allow the product to maintain the nutrition and several culinary properties of real eggs, making possible foods like ________, custard, mayonnaise, and most baked goods with these substitutes.
Béarnaise sauceButterHollandaise sauceFrench cuisine

Question 6: Because of this, the egg falls in the Meats category under the ________.
VitaminMilkFood guide pyramidFruit

Question 7: Yolk color is dependent on the diet of the hen; if the diet contains yellow/orange plant ________ known as xanthophylls, then they are deposited in the yolk, coloring it.
ChromiumTitaniumPigmentBlue

Question 8: Before the spring equinox in the Persian New Year tradition (called ________), each family member decorates a hard-boiled egg and sets them together in a bowl.
IranNowruzZoroastrian calendarAhura Mazda

Question 9: ________ is an important nutrient for development of the brain, and is said to be important for pregnant and nursing women to ensure healthy fetal brain development.
Acetyl-CoACholineLecithinDimethylethanolamine

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Salted duck egg
  A chicken egg (left), the most commonly eaten egg, and quail eggs (right), a delicacy
  Ostrich egg (right), compared to chicken egg (lower left) and quail eggs (upper left)
  Shopping for chicken eggs in a grocery store.
















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