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Tapioca: Quiz

  
  
  
  

Question 1: Tapioca is ________ free, and nearly protein free.
Triticeae glutensGluten-free dietGlutenCoeliac disease

Question 2: Tapioca arepas probably predate cornmeal arepas; among traditional cultures of the Caribbean the name for them is ________.
BananaBrazilian cuisineCassavaTapioca

Question 3: Native American communities including the Ye-Kuana, Kari-Ña, ________, Guarao or Warao are from either the Caribe or Arawac Nations and still make casabe.
VenezuelaJames V. NeelNapoleon ChagnonYa̧nomamö

Question 4: Tapioca is a starch extracted from the root of the plant species ________.
PhilippinesMaizeCassavaSweet potato

Question 5: The tapioca is stirred, drained through a sieve, fried into a ________ shape, and often sprinkled with coconut.
TortillaPitaArepaRoti canai

Question 6: It was originally produced by the Native American Arawak and ________ nations because these roots were a very common plant of the rain forests where they lived.
Arawakan languagesCaribbeanGuyanaCarib

Question 7: A casabe is a thin flatbread made from bitter ________ root without leavening.
PhilippinesSweet potatoMaizeCassava

Question 8: The ________ plant has either red or green branches with blue spindles on them.
PhilippinesCassavaMaizeSweet potato

Question 9: In eastern ________ many Native American ethnic groups still make casabe and it remains their main bread-like food.
EcuadorVenezuelaArgentinaCuba

Question 10: In all its forms tapioca starch is opaque before cooking; and become ________ when cooked.
Transparency and translucencyOpticsGlassOptical fiber
















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