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Question 1: Its significance is that the body needs and maintains a delicate salt (________) balance (see kidney).
Half cellElectrolyteIonFuel cell

Question 2: ________ has been recognized as a disease of man since as early as Hippocrates.
Escherichia coli O157:H7Lead poisoningFood safetyFoodborne illness

Question 3: ________ can benefit people suffering from a shortage of food.
Harry S. TrumanInternational Monetary FundDevelopment aidAid

Question 4: The term restaurant is credited to the French from the 19th century, as it relates to the restorative nature of the ________ that were once served in them.
VirtonBastogneNeufchâteau, BelgiumBouillon

Question 5: Steak tartare and salmon tartare are dishes made from diced or ground raw beef or salmon respectively, mixed with various ingredients and served with ________, brioche or frites.
VietnamBreadBreakfastBaguette

Question 6: This mainly involved salting, curing, curdling, drying, ________, fermentation and smoking.
PicklingJuggingSmoking (cooking)Stew

Question 7: The digestive complaints usually develop within half an hour of ingesting the ________.
Immune systemCell-mediated immunityAutoimmunityAllergen

Question 8: This can be as simple as a butcher preparing meat, or as complex as a modern international ________.
AgricultureFood industryBusinessManufacturing

Question 9: Some preparation is done to enhance the ________ or aesthetic appeal; other preparation may help to preserve the food; and others may be involved in cultural identity.
TasteSenseGustatory systemOlfaction

Question 10: [29] In Italy, carpaccio is a dish of very thin sliced raw ________, drizzled with a vinaigrette made with olive oil.
BeefCattleTaboo food and drinkMeat
















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