Foods that Start with G

Based on a picture, can you guess these foods and drinks that start with the letter G?
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Last updated: August 9, 2020
First submittedMay 13, 2012
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Hungarian
Spanish (served cold)
Graham Cracker
Gooseberry
Used in Indian cooking
named after a city in the Netherlands
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Level 83
Nov 17, 2014
Ganash, Ganashe... wonder if I got this right at all.. well.. Ganach? Uhm.. maybe with an "e" at the end. FINALLY!
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Level 52
Mar 8, 2015
Who is Graham cracker? Never heard of him!
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Level 81
Apr 17, 2015
Better yet, his name was Sylvester--Sylvester Graham
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Level 78
Oct 1, 2018
He created a special type of whole wheat flour that is unbolted and coarsely ground. There is a dispute as to whether he created the graham cracker, or whether others created it using his flour. I've read that the closest thing to graham crackers in Britain is digestive biscuits, if that helps.
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Level 49
Sep 14, 2020
I think it's that biscuit you hear pronounced as "gram" cracker in films and stuff.
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Level 57
Mar 9, 2015
Also spelled "ghi."
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Level 43
Mar 12, 2015
As another poster said, Ghee is also acceptably spelled Ghi. I entered it over and over and it wouldn't take it.
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Level ∞
Aug 9, 2020
Five years later... ghi will work!
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Level 78
Jan 19, 2017
Mmmm...s'mores. Now I'll be thinking about them all day, wishing I had some. (We have a black/white/tan cat named S'mores.)
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Level 69
Sep 13, 2020
I wonder how S'mores used to be an answer here, when this is a g-answers quiz.
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Level 43
Sep 13, 2020
Ganache crackers are used to make S'mores (usually)
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Level 78
Sep 13, 2020
Graham crackers always make me think of s'mores - a graham cracker topped with a square of Hershey bar and a toasted marshmallow, smashed with another graham cracker square. Mmmm, good.
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Level 49
Mar 27, 2018
I need to learn how to spell lol
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Level 89
Aug 10, 2020
Haha, I couldn't get past ganache, had gravy in my head and took forever to get it out! Fun quiz series, thank you.
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Level 71
Sep 13, 2020
Suggestion: just wash your hair normally - I'm sure it'll take care of the gravy! XD
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Level 69
Sep 13, 2020
Gummy?
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Level 80
Sep 13, 2020
So gooseberries look like little beach balls?
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Level 78
Sep 13, 2020
Very hard, sour beach balls - until they ripen and get soft, pink, and mushy and then they become bleh. I have gooseberries that came from my grandmother who got them from her mother, and now my son is growing some of them, too. Some families pass down valuable antiques, ours passes along thorny berry cuttings.
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Level 63
Sep 13, 2020
I don't know what you did to our cheese, but it is supposed to be yellow.
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Level 60
Sep 14, 2020
Yeah, I guessed it because it was the first cheese I thought of that started with G, but that picture doesn't really look like a Gouda to me.
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Level 78
Sep 13, 2020
My grandmother used to grow something in her garden she called gherkins, but they looked nothing like a cucumber. They reminded me of a giant, green, cocklebur. She pickled them, but I couldn't get past the looks of them enough to enjoy eating them.
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Level 33
Sep 13, 2020
why is gumdrop least guessed. am i already old at 13?
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Level 79
Sep 16, 2020
Gen Z people were born old, IMHO. It's a sad commentary on the state of our world.
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Level 66
Sep 13, 2020
Gumdrops are called jubes in Australia. Tried several variations of gummy + candy/lolly etc to no avail. Even had a go with gelatine. Can we just get gummy for that one?
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Level 64
Sep 15, 2020
I had the same problem because they're called midget gems in the UK.
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Level 44
Sep 14, 2020
Really surprised that less than half got gumdrops.
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Level 54
Sep 14, 2020
See above. Because just like graham crackers and gyro they are very geographically specific
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Level 72
Sep 15, 2020
The Ganache photo could conceivably also be "Gravy"?
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Level 79
Sep 16, 2020
That was my first guess - but I chalked it up to being from the southern US, where we call almost every sauce gravy, LOL!
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Level 66
Sep 15, 2020
Also the granola photo could be ganja
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Level 60
Sep 16, 2020
I thought it was more along the lines of Gaspatchio.. So tried various spellings before giving up thinking I must have been wrong.