Flashcards in Concepts To Know Deck (23):
What do you put grease fire out with?
Baking soda or salt
What do you put electrical fires out with?
What do you do when you burn yourself?
Run it under cold water
What is it called when food is growing bacteria rapidly?
What are food poisoning symptoms?
Nausea, cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, thirst, chill, difficulty breathing, swollen muscles
What is trichinosis from?
What is hepatitis from?
What is salmonella from?
What is plate service?
When the table is set without dinner plates, food is placed on plates from the containers on the stove that the were made in
What is family service?
All necessary tableware is set on the table and food is passed around counterclockwise
What is buffet service?
Table is set without plates, food is placed in serving dishes in a different area. Place food on plates from there and return to the table.
How do you know what piece of silverware to use first?
Follow the host or work from the outside in
What are some leavening agents?
Yeast, baking powder, baking soda, steam, air, and cream of tartar
What things destroy vitamin C?
Oxygen, water, and heat
What is fruit sugar called?
What is fortification?
Adding vitamins and nutrients to foods
What is a roux?
Equal parts of flour and fat, mixed together
What is milk sugar called?
What are five flavours?
Sweet, sour, salty, bitter, strong, spicy
What are some meat alternatives?
Beans, lentils, eggs, tofu, soy-based meat substitutes, nuts, but butters
What are the recommended servings for each food group?
Fruit and vegetables - 7-8
Grain products - 6-7
Milk and alternatives - 3-4
Meat and alternative - 2-3
What factors determine the number of servings?
Age, body size, activity level, gender, breast feeding/pregnant