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Peanut butter: Quiz


Question 1: In some types of peanut butter, ________, jelly, or other ingredients may be added.
Hot chocolateCocoa beanChocolateTheobroma cacao

Question 2: Peanut butter is a food paste made from ground dry roasted ________, which is sold as either "crunchy" or "smooth"/"creamy" variety.

Question 3: It is popular in North America and the ________, where it is used mainly as a sandwich spread, and a key ingredient in the peanut butter and jelly sandwich, as well as peanut butter flavored chocolate bars.

Question 4: For people with a ________, peanut butter can cause reactions including anaphylactic shock which has led to its banning in some schools.
Egg allergyPeanut allergyFood allergyTree nut allergy

Question 5: Peanut butter can harbor ________ and cause salmonellosis, as in the salmonella outbreak in the United States in 2007.

Question 6: Ambrose Straub, a physician in ________ pursued a method for providing toothless elderly with protein in the 1890s.
St. Louis County, MissouriSt. Louis, MissouriKansas City, MissouriGreater St. Louis

Question 7: [4] Peanut butter (and peanuts) provide protein, vitamins B3 and E, magnesium, folate, dietary fiber, arginine,[5] and high levels of the ________ p-coumaric acid.
AntioxidantMetabolismNutritionHuman nutrition

Question 8: The peanut plant is susceptible to the mold Aspergillus flavus which produces a carcinogenic substance called ________.

Question 9: Major consumer-brand peanut butter contains ________ vegetable oil to stabilize it and prevent oil separation, salt to prevent spoilage, and dextrose or other sweeteners to enhance flavor.
OxygenHydrogenationFatty acidCatalysis

Question 10: Robert Wissler of the University of Chicago reported that diets high in peanut oil, when combined with cholesterol intake, clogged the arteries of ________ more than butterfat.
Assam MacaqueRhesus MacaqueBarbary MacaqueGelada

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