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Trail mix: Quiz


Question 1: In New Zealand and ________, trail mix is known as scroggin.
CanadaAustraliaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 2: Legumes, such as ________ or baked soybeans.

Question 3: Dried fruits such as cranberries, raisins, apricots, ________, or candied orange peel
Zestar AppleAppleGranny SmithYork Imperial

Question 4: Trail mix is humorously referred to as studenterhavre ("student oats", in analogy of horse oats) in ________, studentenhaver (id.) in the Netherlands and Belgium and Studentenfutter ("student feed") in Germany.

Question 5: Trail mix is a combination of dried fruit, grains, nuts, and sometimes ________, developed as a snack food to be taken along on outdoor hikes.
ChocolateCocoa beanTheobroma cacaoHot chocolate

Question 6: The ________ cites a 1913 reference to the verb gorp, meaning "to eat greedily".
American and British English spelling differencesUnited KingdomOxford English DictionaryJames Murray (lexicographer)

Question 7: ________: chips, chunks, or M&M's
Theobroma cacaoChocolateHot chocolateCocoa bean

Question 8: These are probably ________ or folk etymology.
BackronymAcronym and initialismAdidasFuck

Question 9: [1] However, trail mix is also mentioned in Jack Kerouac's ________ novel The Dharma Bums as the two main characters describe their planned meals in their preparation for a hiking trip.


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