What Do You Know About SALT?
How much do you know about the most popular seasoning?
What Do You Know About BREAD?
Acid Oil Salt Eggs This round bread that looks like a squished up ball, is known as... he word "boule" comes from the French word for "ball." Boule Baguette Pita Sourdough Self-rising flour is made of flour, salt, and...
How Good Are You in the Kitchen? Find Out Here...
Salt Tomato paste Basil Brown sugar Which food will go bad first in your fridge? Chicken Cabbage Soup What is the most sanitary type of cutting board? Bamboo Plastic Wood What does blanching a vegetable mean?
What Do You Know About Milk?
Salt Sugar Pepper Flour True or False: Fat free skim milk and whole milk have the same amount of calcium and other essential nutrients. The fat portion of milk does not contain calcium, so you don't actually need it.
World Geography Challenge
The Mariana Trench The Marinara Trench The Marianna Trench The Mary-Ann Trench This is the second largest salt-water lake in the United States after the Great Salt Lake in Utah. Lake Pontchartrain Lake Michigan Lake Superior Lake Oahe This is the only major city located on two continents.
What Was Considered Good Health in 1917?
Violent exercise, epsom salt bathing, long Turkish baths Don't eat bread, sleep on soft surfaces, drink only cold drinks Stomach massage, excess salt consumption, hot bathing Evening meals, eating meat, eating sweets How many calories should be consumed daily by a laundress or other women who do lots
Do You Remember Your Basic Chemistry?
A disinfectant for pools Table salt The active ingredient in soda drinks Bath salt Who invented periodic table? Dmitri Mendeleev Marie Curie John Dalton Antoine Lavoisier Who discovered the element Radium?
How Heart-Smart Are You? It's Time to Find Out!
Due to their high salt content, beef jerky and cottage cheese aren't too great for your heart. On the other hand, both kale and spinach are great for you, but spinach has the added bonus of being almost twice as nutrient-dense as kale.
If You Know These Amazing Facts, You're a Genius
The remaining salt is sneezed out through the beak. A gland that makes salt water drinkable. Infrared vision. A pouch for holding fish. Depositphotos The international classification of snowflakes does not include which shape?
Can You Complete the English Proverb?
like a wise man. played on an old fiddle. that came out of a broken fiddle. produced by a broken voice. played on an old guitar. the spice of life. the most important thing in life. what separates prince and pauper. the meaning of life. is fire without light. makes for happy fools. is meat without salt
How Well Do You Protect Yourself During the Summer?
A warm shower will cause further damage, while a cold shower may remove the salt that dehydrates the skin and makes the burn more severe.
What Do You Know About Mexico?
Dormant volcano Lake Salt bed Hill Which of these languages is NOT spoken in Mexico? Portuguese Nahuatl English Mayan Languages Which three elements are represented on the Mexico’s coat of arms on the national flag?
Let's Play Some Fun General Trivia!
Baht Rupee Peso Kip Which element is a poisonous gas that combines with sodium to form table salt? Chlorine Carbon Monoxide Boron Fluorine A ganache is a combination of cream and... Chocolate Ice cream Pudding Cheese True or False: Bill Gates never graduated from college.
Are You Ready to Pursue That Trivia?!?
Cyprus Greece Italy Malta What is the chemical formula for Table Salt? NaCl C12H22O11 C6H12O6 C6H10O5 Try Again Your knowledge is far from impoverished, but there are some large gaps you may want to plug up.
How Much Do You Know About Ancient Egypt?
Flower petals and dead cats Bandages soaked in honey Sawdust, leaves and linen Salt and sugar How many pyramids are in Egypt? 1-20 21-49 80-109 110-140 True or False: The famous Cleopatra was not even an Egyptian.
Can We Test Your Knowledge of Ancient Greece?
With diamonds With silver markers With IOU leather stamps With salt Which of these movements dates back to ancient Greece? Saluting in the army Shaking hands A thumbs up Giving the finger In ancient Greece, once a politician was democratically elected, they could never be "fired".
Do You Know How to Run a Successful BBQ?
Salt and sugar mix. www.depositphotos.com What is the minimum recommended distance that should be between the BBQ and all non-chefs?
Test Your Inner Scientist!
Wood is organic and thus cannot be a mineral Wood Diamond Salt Gold What percentage of the cells in your body are actually bacteria? You are more bacteria than human!
You Lose You're Out: General Trivia Edition!
Niche Subsistence Ecology Biosphere What is the chemical name for salt? Sodium Chloride Sodium Phosphate Sodium Salte Phosphate Chloride In which country will you find the cities Toledo and Granada? Spain Italy Brazil United States In which country are you likely to hear the cheer or toast "Opa!"
How Much Do You Know About Brazil?
Cars Soybeans Salt Potatoes Apples Oranges Bananas Electronics Just Got Off the Boat You got only 25% or less of the questions about Brazil right. You probably don't know much about Brazil, and that's a shame.
How Much Do You Know About Pirates?
The patches had the symbol of their crew on it To strike terror in people afraid of the one-eyed pirate stereotype To stay adjusted to both light and darkness To defend eye holes and infected eyes from the salt sea Who was the most feared pirate on the seas?
Only the World's Best Doctors & Nurses Can Ace This Quiz
With warm water and salt. With cool water, aloe vera, and a loose bandage. With butter, oil, or petroleum jelly. If someone who witnessed an emergency incident appears distressed, what do you do? Make sure they're warm enough, and ask if they need anything.
A Tricky English Vocabulary Quiz!
Someone who loves wine Someone who loves old people Someone who loves salt Someone who loves fruit What does the above word mean? Behaving with self-perceived superiority Without any real depth Strange or weird Slippery Better Luck Next Time Oh dear!
Do You Speak Pirate?
An Experienced sailor was called an "Old Salt" Do they understand what I'm saying? Are they smart people? Are they trying to pull one over me? Are they experienced sailors? If I say "Shiver Me Timbers" What emotion am I expressing? Surprise Rage Defeat Victory What does it mean to 'feed the fish'?