Food & Baking Theory

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Practice Test for Food and Bake Theory

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Question 1

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The only foods that are cooked in rapidly boiling water are:
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  • Potatoes
  • Green vegetables
  • Root vegetables
  • Eggs

Question 2

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Which of the following statements best describes braising?
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  • Whole piece of meat, no liquid, sealed container
  • Diced meat, half covered with liquid, open container
  • Whole piece of meat, half covered with liquid, no lid
  • Whole piece of meat, half covered with liquid, sealed container

Question 3

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Which of the following items are ideal for poaching?
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  • Fresh fish fillets, duck legs, fresh fruit
  • Fresh fruit, flank steak, whole lobster
  • Whole fish, sweetbreads, fresh fruit
  • Whole poultry, eggs, shellfish

Question 4

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Barding is:
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  • Trimming exterior fat cap of meat to a one-inch thickness
  • Basting meat with fat while cooking
  • Covering a lean cut of meat with pork fat
  • Interior fat that is naturally present in the muscle

Question 5

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Which of the following are all dry-heat cooking methods?
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  • Roasting, baking, braising
  • Deep frying, baking, grilling
  • Sautéing, braising, roasting
  • Baking, roasting, stewing

Question 6

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Which of the following are moist-heat cooking methods?
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  • Steaming, boiling, grilling
  • Braising, stewing, baking
  • Poaching, deep frying, braising
  • Braising, stewing, poaching

Question 7

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To protect delicate foods, like baked custards, in the oven a chef can:
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  • Lower the suggested cooking temperature
  • Use a bain marie
  • Cover the bake tray with a lid
  • Periodically spray water in the oven

Question 8

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Which of the following moist-heat cooking methods best describes a liquid held as close to 100°C, but with NO surface movement:
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  • Steaming
  • Simmering
  • Boiling
  • Poaching

Question 9

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The term sauté means:
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  • To cook quickly in hot, shallow fat
  • Roast in the oven without browning
  • Cook covered with a cartouche in a sauté pan with butter
  • Deep fry

Question 10

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Broiled foods are cooked:
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  • on a flat, solid cooking surface
  • over an open, charcoal grill
  • uncovered in a sauté pan with fat
  • by radiant heat source above the food

Question 11

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The flash point of fat is when it:
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  • cannot reach a high enough temperature to fry because the fat is not formulated
  • bursts into flames
  • starts to smoke
  • breaks down due to excessive moisture from items being cooked

Question 12

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Root vegetables should be started in COLD water to:
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  • Remove undesirable flavours and promote uniform cooking
  • Dissolve proteins
  • Avoid excess colour loss
  • Avoid excessive loss of nutrients

Question 13

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Carry over cooking is:
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  • The most reliable method of determining the doneness of a product
  • Heat conducting through an item after it's removed from the heat source
  • Testing a roast with an instant read thermometer
  • The result of too high a temperature while blanching green vegetables

Question 14

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Infrared heat is:
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  • Intense heat transferred by waves to the item being cooked
  • Heat circulating in a pot of boiling water
  • Heat going from one part of an item to another
  • The energy used to power a microwave

Question 15

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The degree of doneness in grilled meats is best tested by:
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  • Recording the internal temperature with an instant read thermometer
  • Piercing the meat with a fork and checking the colour of the juices
  • Observing the time/weigh ratio method, based on the weight of the meat and the temperature of the grill
  • Using the finger touch test

Question 16

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When food is cooked in a microwave, the cooking process is generated by:
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  • Carry over cooking
  • Heat conducted through the centre of an item, from friction created by agitating the food's water molecules
  • Mechanical convection
  • None of the above

Question 17

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Which of the following does not have it's principal heat source from below:
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  • Grill
  • Griddle
  • Broiler
  • Gas burner

Question 18

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The four fresh herbs used to prepare the mixture "fines herbes" include:
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  • Parsley, basil, tarragon, chervil
  • Parsley, tarragon, chervil, chive
  • Chive, tarragon, basil, oregano
  • Parsley, sage, oregano, chervil

Question 19

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This spice is often used in place of saffron because it produces a yellow colour in the finished item:
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  • cilantro
  • mustard
  • cardamom
  • turmeric

Question 20

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Which of the following spices is used as a flavouring component in an onion clouté
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  • cinnamon
  • clove
  • cassia
  • nutmeg

Question 21

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When garlic is roasted, it:
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  • becomes sweet, but still contains a harshness
  • becomes totally flavourless
  • is used for sweets in the bake shop
  • becomes sweet and looses its harshness and pungency

Question 22

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The bulk of the world's mustard seeds are grown in:
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  • France
  • Canada
  • Soviet Union
  • Germany

Question 23

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Which of the following is considered a multi-purpose herb:
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  • Basil
  • Rosemary
  • Sage
  • Thyme

Question 24

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Which of the following sauces has capers and cornichons as principal flavouring agents:
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  • Tartar sauce
  • Hollandaise
  • Béchamel
  • Salsa

Question 25

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Which of the following have a liquorice flavour
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  • Anise and oregano
  • Star anise and mace
  • Nutmeg and basil
  • Tarragon and anise

Question 26

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What is the correct order of the following stages of sugar boiling?
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  • soft crack, hard boil, caramel, thread
  • firm ball, caramel thread, soft crack
  • soft ball, hard ball, caramel, thread
  • thread, soft ball, firm ball, hard ball

Question 27

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The production or incorporation of gases in a baked product to increase volume and produce shape and texture is called:
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  • leavening
  • hydrogenation
  • refining
  • baking

Question 28

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Salt is used in bread making for flavour. It also affects fermentation by:
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  • killing the yeast
  • inhibiting the growth of yeast
  • allowing the product to rise
  • does not affect fermentation

Question 29

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Double acting baking powder requires __________ & ____________ to react:
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  • moisture & heat
  • acid & moisture
  • heat & acid
  • none of the above

Question 30

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What form of leavening uses specific mixing methods (creaming or foaming) to incorporate air enabling a product to rise:
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  • lamination
  • chemical
  • combination
  • mechanical

Question 31

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This form of leavening comes from the many different layers of fat in the dough (Danish dough or puff pastry)
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  • mechanical
  • lamination
  • combination
  • chemical

Question 32

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The most common use for ammonium carbonate (baking ammonia) is:
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  • high ratio cakes
  • quick breads
  • crackers
  • cookies

Question 33

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Yeast is sensitive to temperature. At what temperature does yeast grow best?
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  • 34°F (2°C)
  • 60-80°F (17-30°C)
  • 138°F (59°C)
  • 70-130°F (21-54°C)

Question 34

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Working dough to develop gluten is the mixing method:
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  • kneading
  • cutting or rubbing in
  • creaming
  • beating

Question 35

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Incorporating solid fat into dry ingredients until lumps of desired size remain is the mixing method:
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  • beating
  • blending
  • folding
  • cutting or rubbing in

Question 36

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The colourless and tasteless sugar glucose is derived from:
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  • molasses
  • honey
  • corn syrup
  • malt sugar

Question 37

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Sugar cane is refined to produce sucrose. What are the stages of sugar production from raw to refined?
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  • Raw sugar, turbinado, sanding, granulated, castor, confectioners
  • Granulated, castor, confectioners, sanding, castor
  • Raw sugar, sanding, confectioners, granulated, castor, turbinado

Question 38

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The shelf life of all purpose white flour sorted in a pest proof plastic container in a cool, dry place is:
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  • 3-months
  • 6-months
  • 9-months
  • 1-year

Question 39

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Butter is made by changing milk fats into solid particles by churning. It is comprised of:
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  • 80% fat, 16% water, 2-4% milk solids
  • 60% fat, 26% water, 12-14% milk solids
  • 2-4% fat, 26% water, 70% milk solids

Question 40

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Where does lard come from?
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  • dairy cows
  • render and pressed chicken fat
  • render and pressed pork fat
  • hydrogenated canola oil

Question 41

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A concentrated liquid made from aromatics is knows as:
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  • a glaze
  • an essence
  • deglaze
  • nappé

Question 42

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When you sweat vegetables they should become:
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  • caramel in colour
  • soft and dry
  • soft and translucent (clear)
  • moist and colourful

Question 43

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A uniform mixture of two un-mixable liquids is known as:
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  • an emulsion
  • a vinaigrette
  • a marinade
  • a mignonette

Question 44

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The ratio for white mirepoix
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  • 50% onion, 25% celery, 25% leek
  • 50% onion, 25% celery, 25% carrot
  • 50% onion, 25% carrot, 25% leek
  • 50% onion, 25% celery, 25% turnip

Question 45

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What are the three components required to produce a sandwich?
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  • bread, meat, lettuce
  • bread, spread, filling
  • bread, mayo, lettuce
  • bread, mustard, meat

Question 46

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Roquefort, Gorgonzola, and Cambazola are all from which classification of cheese?
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  • soft
  • firm
  • fresh
  • blue

Question 47

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Cheese can be produced from the following types of milk:
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  • cows, ewes, camels
  • camels, buffalo, goats
  • goats, ewes, cows
  • all of the above

Question 48

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In vegetables the white pigment that stays white when exposed to acid but turn yellow in alkaline or when they are overcooked are called:
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  • carotenoids
  • chlorophyll
  • flavones
  • anthocyanin

Question 49

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In vegetables the red pigments that turn bright red in acid are called:
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  • carotenoids
  • chlorophyll
  • anthocyanin
  • flavones

Question 50

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In vegetables the yellow and orange pigments, carotenoids:
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  • brighten when exposed to acid
  • dull when exposed to baking soda
  • are not affected by acid or alkaline
  • none of the above

Question 51

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Diakons and potatoes are two examples of what type of vegetable?
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  • flowers and leaves
  • fruit-vegetables
  • bulbs
  • roots and tubers

Question 52

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Broccoli and cauliflower are common examples of:
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  • flowers and leaves
  • gourds and squash
  • pods and seeds
  • stalks and stems

Question 53

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Apples and pears are examples of what type of fruit?
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  • citrus
  • tropical
  • hard
  • soft

Question 54

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Which of the following are leading or mother sauces?
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  • béchamel, estouffade, hollandaise
  • tomato, hollandaise, mornay
  • velouté, hollandaise, creole
  • béchamel, velouté, espagnol

Question 55

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Demi-glace is produced by reducing a mixture of:
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  • ½ tomato and ½ brown stock
  • ½ brown stock and ½ velouté
  • ½ estouffade and ½ espagnole
  • ¾ estouffade and ¾ espagnole

Question 56

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To cook a liquid until the quantity decreases through evaporation, done to concentrate flavour and thicken is known as:
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  • a derivative
  • a reduction
  • a sauce
  • boiling

Question 57

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Which of the following derivative sauces are produced from the mother sauce, Hollandaise:
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  • Cheddar, Mornay, Nantua
  • Aurora, Poulette, Hungarian
  • Ivoire, Bercy, Cardinal
  • Bernaise, Choron, Foyot

Question 58

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Garnishes should:
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  • be edible
  • add colour
  • add contrast and texture
  • all of the above

Question 59

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Which is not a trait of waxy or new potatoes
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  • white, yellow, blue or purple flesh
  • high in moisture
  • high in sugar
  • high in starch

Question 60

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The term 'mise en place' means:
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  • to swirl a liquid in a pan to dissolve food particles for a sauce
  • foods cooked to order
  • a uniform mixture of un-mixable liquids
  • to put in place - the preparation and assembly of necessary ingredients and equipment

Question 61

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Which of the following is not a seasoning agent:
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  • salt
  • garlic
  • cayenne pepper
  • lemon juice

Question 62

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Starchy potatoes are best used as:
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  • baked potatoes
  • boiling potatoes
  • salad potatoes
  • for soups

Question 63

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What is matignon?
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  • ½ onion, bay leaves and cloves
  • standard mirepoix with smoked bacon or smoked ham and possibly mushrooms
  • a 9-oz. cut of beef
  • thyme, bay leaf, peppercorns and parsley stem

Question 64

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Spices come from:
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  • Bark, roots, seeds, buds and berries
  • leaves, stems and flowers
  • peppers, capers, lemons and limes
  • grass, fruit, pods, stems and flowers

Question 65

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A slurry is a mixture of:
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  • cold water and cornstarch
  • hot water and flour
  • cold water and a starch, used as a thickening agent
  • hot water and arrowroot

Question 66

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The ratio of a liaison, the thickening agent that requires tempering is:
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  • 2 parts egg : 1 part cream
  • 3 parts egg : 1 part cream
  • 1 part egg : 2 parts heavy cream
  • 1 part egg : 3 parts heavy cream

Question 67

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Parboiled or converted rice has:
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  • less nutrients than regular long grain rice
  • is steamed to remove impurities
  • more nutrients than regular long grain rice
  • requires washing prior to use

Question 68

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Select all options for grains that may be cooked in the same manner as rice are: (check all that apply)
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  • potatoes, bulgur, and corn starch
  • oatmeal, barley and bulgur
  • cracked wheat, barley and couscous

Question 69

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What are the basic ingredients required to produce fresh pasta?
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  • eggs, oil and wheat
  • flour, yolks, salt
  • liquid, flour and flavouring
  • none of the above

Question 70

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How many teaspoons are in a tablespoon?
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  • five
  • three
  • ten
  • four

Question 71

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How many tablespoons are in a pound (1 lb) of butter?
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  • 16
  • 32
  • 8
  • 64

Question 72

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One pound is equal to:
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  • 343 g
  • 454 g
  • 18 oz
  • 36 oz

Question 73

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The standard portion size for breakfast meats is:
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  • 10 oz
  • 6 oz
  • 4 oz
  • none of the above

Question 74

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The most common meats served with breakfast are:
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  • bacon, liver and sausage
  • bacon, ham and cheese
  • bacon, pork and beef
  • bacon, ham and sausage

Question 75

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Which methods of cooking eggs requires fresh grade A quality:
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  • poaching and frying
  • scrambled and boiled
  • omelettes and boiled
  • shirred and custard

Question 76

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How many bites in a standard canapé?
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  • 10
  • 4
  • 1
  • 2

Question 77

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What is the standard ratio for stock:
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  • 50% onion, 25% celery, 25% carrot
  • 100% water, 50% bones, 10% mirepoix
  • 100% bones, 100% water, 10% mirepoix
  • none of the above

Question 78

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Which flour is used to produce dried pastas?
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  • All purpose
  • Cake
  • Bread
  • Semolina

Question 79

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What is the temperature danger zone for food?
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  • 10-100°F
  • 40-140°F
  • 60-160°F
  • 38-190°F

Question 80

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Beef consommé is classified as this type of soup:
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  • Cream
  • Clear
  • Specialty
  • Thick

Question 81

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The ratio for a basic vinaigrette is:
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  • 1 part oil : 1 part vinegar
  • 2 part oil : 1 part vinegar
  • 3 part oil : 1 part vinegar
  • 1 part oil : 2 part vinegar

Question 82

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What is the temperature for cooked sugar at the caramel stage?
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  • 236°F (110°C)
  • 246°F (119°C)
  • 300°F (149°C)
  • 338°F (170°C)

Question 83

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Which plant cannot be used in the production of flour?
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  • Basil
  • Bulgur
  • Wheat
  • Rice

Question 84

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In order to be classified as whipping cream the butter fat content must be:
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  • higher than 18%
  • between 10-12%
  • between 32-40%
  • higher than 35%

Question 85

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Evaporated milk may be kept in dry stores because it has (check all that apply)
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  • 100% of the water content removed
  • been sterilized and canned
  • 60% of the water content removed

Question 86

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Fortified non-fat milk is:
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  • mainly used for dietary purposes
  • has a fat content of less than 0.5%
  • has substances added to increase nutritional value
  • all of the above

Question 87

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Buttermilk is:
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  • the liquid portion of coagulated milk
  • milk with a fat content between 0.9-1.1%
  • skimmed milk that has been soured by bacteria
  • milk with a fat content of 3.25%, 8.5% milk solids and 88% water

Question 88

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Whey solids can be used to: (check all that apply)
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  • replace milk solids in baked goods
  • added to dry mixes and beverages as a nutrient and flavour
  • reconstituted to produce milk

Question 89

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A convenience product that can replace stock in the production of soup is known as:
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  • chicken or beef base
  • water
  • fruit juice
  • powdered chicken or beef

Question 90

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Which sugar product is made from sugar cane, plants, grains or bees?
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  • liquid sweetener
  • molasses
  • honey
  • brown sugar

Question 91

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Select all fats from the list below:
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  • Vegetable oil
  • Butter
  • Bulgur
  • Shortening

Question 92

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Which of the following are categories of custards?
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  • Stirred and baked
  • Shirred and baked
  • Cooked and baked
  • Stove top and bain marie

Question 93

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What is the protein content of bread flour?
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  • 7%
  • 9%
  • 11%
  • 12-15%

Question 94

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Which of the following are monounsaturated oils?
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  • Butter and shortening
  • Vegetable oil and margarine
  • Olive oil and vegetable oil
  • Lard and beef suet

Question 95

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The two types of baking powder are:
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  • Single and looking
  • Double and happy
  • Single acting and double acting
  • None of the above

Question 96

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In respect to gelatin, the word 'bloom' means:
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  • white mould present on the outside of the box
  • to soften with cold water
  • to soften in hot water
  • to ensure all particles have melted

Question 97

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The two forms of chemical leavening are:
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  • Baking soda and baking powder
  • Creaming method and foaming method
  • Compressed yeast and active dry yeast
  • Lamination and mechanical

Question 98

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A standard large egg weighs:
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  • 54 g
  • 222 g
  • 78 g
  • 30 g

Question 99

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An American sauce traditionally made with tomatoes, onions, mustard, garlic, brown sugar and vinegar:
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  • coulis
  • compote
  • chutney
  • barbecue

Question 100

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This product comes from the starchy seed of a semiaquatic grass:
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  • potato
  • rice
  • beans
  • flour

Question 101

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Brown rice has:
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  • the bran intact and husk removed
  • the bran removed
  • a mushy texture
  • the bran and husk removed

Question 102

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Which of the following fruits are all types of stone fruit?
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  • Apple, figs and peaches
  • Cherries, peaches and plums
  • Bananas, grapes and watermelon
  • Oranges, lemons and limes

Question 103

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Which of the following fruits oxidize once peeled?
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  • Watermelon, honeydew and pineapple
  • Oranges, lemons and limes
  • Apples, pears and bananas
  • Kiwi, rhubarb and mangoes

Question 104

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What is the shelf life of soft fruit?
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  • 2-3 days
  • 2-3 weeks
  • 2-3 years
  • 23 years

Question 105

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Monterey Jack, Cheddar and Havarti are classified as:
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  • hard cheese
  • soft cheese
  • blue cheese
  • firm cheese

Question 106

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The recommended cooking time for beef stock is:
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  • 6-8 minutes
  • 6-8 hours
  • 6-8 days
  • 6-8 years

Question 107

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Which of the following cannot be used as a thickening agent?
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  • Roux
  • Butter
  • Cream
  • Milk

Question 108

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Uniform cuts are used to: (check all that apply)
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  • Ensure even cooking
  • Increase holding time
  • Enhance presentation

Question 109

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A semi-liquid coating is known as a:
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  • batter
  • runner
  • panner
  • tempura

Question 110

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Water, mirepoix, flavouring and acid form a poaching liquid known as:
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  • Remouillage
  • Vegetable
  • Court bouillon
  • Reduction

Question 111

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A clear, unthickened liquid flavoured by soluble substances extracted from bones and mirepoix is a:
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  • remouillage
  • stock
  • broth
  • court bouillon

Question 112

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Heavy cream, crayfish butter and paprika added to Béchamel finished with diced crayfish produces the following derivative sauce:
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  • Mornay
  • Nantua
  • Cheddar
  • Poulette

Question 113

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Which of the following are derivatives of the leading sauce, Béchamel:
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  • Nantua, Soubise, Aurora, Poulette
  • Mornay, Nantua, Cheddar, Soubise
  • Normandy, Bercy, Cheddar, Poulette
  • Mushroom, Bercy, Mornay, Cream

Question 114

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A confection that does not contain any chocolate liquor:
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  • dark chocolate
  • semi-sweet chocolate
  • white chocolate
  • none of the above

Question 115

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The average shelf life for chocolate that is properly stored at a cool, consistent temperature away from strong odours and moisture is:
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  • 3 months
  • 6 months
  • 1 year
  • 2 years

Question 116

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Bloom on chocolate:
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  • is the migration of cocoa butter
  • does affect the flavour and function
  • is dangerous to eat

Question 117

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The non-alcoholic paste called chocolate liquor contains approximately:
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  • 29% cocoa butter
  • 53% cocoa butter
  • 89% cocoa butter
  • 105% cocoa butter

Question 118

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Flavouring oils mixed into water with the aid of an emulsifier are known as:
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  • extracts
  • imitation flavours
  • natural flavours
  • emulsions

Question 119

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The oil in lemon containing the most flavour can be found in:
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  • the pitts/pips
  • the flesh
  • the juice
  • the zest

Question 120

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The purpose of blanching and par cooking is:
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  • to save time
  • increase holding qualities
  • remove undesirable flavours
  • all of the above

Question 121

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This non-derivative sauce can be made from puréed vegetables or fruit and served hot or cold:
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  • aioli
  • tartar sauce
  • compote
  • coulis

Question 122

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The dry powder that remains after cocoa butter has been removed from the chocolate liquor is:
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  • hot chocolate
  • cocoa powder
  • milk chocolate
  • bittersweet chocolate

Question 123

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A marinade must include:
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  • oil, acid and flavourings
  • stock, vegetables and garlic
  • salt, sugar and water
  • fat, wine and flour

Question 124

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In which order would these ingredients be set up at paner station
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  • egg wash, flour, breadcrumb
  • flour, breadcrumb, egg wash
  • flour, egg wash, breadcrumb
  • breadcrumb, egg wash, flour

Question 125

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This type of salt is mined from underground deposits and comes in edible and non-edible forms:
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  • Rock
  • Sea
  • Red
  • Pink

Question 126

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Salt is the most basic seasoning. It is used:
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  • to preserve foods
  • to enhance flavours
  • to inhibit the growth of yeast
  • all of the above

Question 127

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To cook pasta or vegetables until it gives slight resistance when one bites into it:
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  • au bleu
  • à la carte
  • al dente
  • au sec

Question 128

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To pound or coarsely chop food:
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  • émincé
  • brunoise
  • garnish
  • concasser

Question 129

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Which of the following is not a wild mushroom?
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  • Porcini
  • Morel
  • Truffles
  • Crimini

Question 130

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Mushrooms are found in what category of vegetables:
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  • Fungi
  • Pods and seeds
  • Leaves and stems
  • Roots and tubers

Question 131

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What are the three groups of shapes of pasta?
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  • Ribbons, bows and blankets
  • Tubes, ribbons and shapes
  • Diamonds, hearts and spades
  • Paysanne, triangles and moons

Question 132

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Bok choy, broccoli and brussel sprouts are examples of:
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  • cabbages
  • fruit-vegetables
  • roots and tubers
  • fungi

Question 133

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When making consommé, the combination of cold ground meat, egg whites and ground flavourings is known as:
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  • a mess
  • clearmeat
  • clear gel
  • a thickening agent

Question 134

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The only type of salt used to season consommé because it stays clear when dissolved:
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  • table
  • culinary
  • kosher
  • rock

Question 135

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The triple sink method for washing dishes should be set up in the following order:
Answer
  • sanitizer, soap, clean water
  • rinse water, sanitizer, soapy water
  • soapy water, sanitizer, clean water
  • soapy water, clean water, sanitizer

Question 136

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Water icing is a mixture of:
Answer
  • butter and icing sugar
  • confectioners sugar and liquid
  • granulated sugar and butter
  • sanding sugar and water

Question 137

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What does the term docking mean in relation to pastry?
Answer
  • to partially bake before using
  • to make holes to allow steam to escape
  • to cut a design
  • to allow pastry to rest before baking

Question 138

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What are the best type of bones to use in the production of quality fish stock?
Answer
  • salmon
  • fatty
  • lean
  • halibut

Question 139

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Stock should be prepared in a:
Answer
  • large pot
  • tilt pan
  • heavy bottom pot
  • heavy bottom pot with a spigot

Question 140

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What effect does fat have on fermentation?
Answer
  • tenderizes and moistens
  • slows down the fermentation process
  • increases volume
  • all of the above

Question 141

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This hydrogenated oil is solid, white, tasteless, odourless and used for pâte brisée:
Answer
  • butter
  • shortening
  • lard
  • suet

Question 142

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Broth based soups should be served at:
Answer
  • -120°F
  • 190°F
  • 210°F
  • 4°F

Question 143

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The first step in preparing a puréed soup is to:
Answer
  • boil the stock
  • sweat the mirepoix
  • soak the beans
  • crush the garlic

Question 144

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To increase the shelf life of cream soups, add the cream:
Answer
  • before cooling
  • before reheating
  • before service

Question 145

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Eggs may be purchased:
Answer
  • fresh, frozen or dried
  • whole, yolks or whites
  • whole with extra yolks
  • all of the above
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