Foods that Start with M

Based on a picture, can you name these foods and drinks that start with the letter M.
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Last updated: October 18, 2020
First submittedJuly 13, 2012
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the spread
Miso Soup
Swiss
type of mushroom
Jewish
whipped topping
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Level 54
Oct 11, 2012
Did ok, but missed some really easy ones as well as the ones I've never heard of!!
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Level 65
May 29, 2015
I like that these are a nice mix of easy and hard ones.
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Level 34
Nov 23, 2018
I call it disgusting...
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Level 62
May 29, 2015
not sure if you can call marmite food........
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Level 44
Jun 1, 2015
Love Marmite!!
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2020
Me too! I sometimes put it on bread or on porridge 😋
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Level 65
Apr 1, 2017
I grew up on NZ marmite (different to British marmite) - 3 marmite sandwiches every day for lunch at school my entire childhood. It's a kiwi thing.
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Level 70
Jun 6, 2017
No wonder they can't fly!
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Level 52
Nov 8, 2020
lol
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Level 74
Oct 19, 2020
It's famously a love/hate thing. But even those of us who love it would never spread it as thick as shown - that's bizarre. You need at least to be able to see the butter...
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Level 77
Oct 20, 2020
I've seen people eat it out of the jar, but even they wouldn't spread it that thick on bread!
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Level 55
Nov 8, 2020
Are you joking? That's a measly portion in the picture, I put at least twice that much on.
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Level 45
Feb 19, 2017
Only knew Marmite from Tomska
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Level 53
Dec 26, 2018
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...
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Level 65
Oct 18, 2020
When you type in macaroni you automatically get macaron, so you might want to change the order of those two. Other than that, nice quiz!
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Level 79
Oct 18, 2020
The color must really be off on my computer. What you call mustard looked to me like mashed up lima beans or avocadoes.
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Level 79
Oct 19, 2020
Yeah. I wouldn't eat mustard that looked like that.
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Level 74
Oct 19, 2020
Looks like mayo with a pinch of mustard they sell around here.
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Level 77
Oct 20, 2020
It's Dijon mustard and looks right to me - brown from the mustard seed, slight green hue from the grape juice/wine. Bright yellow mustards, like English or American, get their colour from turmeric.
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Level 74
Nov 8, 2020
Looks right to me too.
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Level 68
Nov 9, 2020
I thought it was peanut butter, but I am color blind so I think that played a part
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Level 71
Oct 19, 2020
Can we have some clarification as to what is going on with that Marmite? Is it New Zealand Marmite? Because it doesn't look like anything I've ever seen here in the UK. Much too dark.
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Level 79
Oct 20, 2020
As a Kiwi, looks like proper marmite to me
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Level 77
Oct 20, 2020
I'm trying to work out whether the photo is like that because a) NZ Marmite isn't as strong as UK Marmite and so you spread it thickly, b) it's something patriotic to make your bread 'All-Black' and show off how much harder Kiwis are than Brits, or c) it's a photo made by a clueless person (probably American) who has never had it and thinks its like Nutella!
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Level 64
Oct 21, 2020
Woe betide those who mistake Marmite for Nutella.
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Level 76
Oct 27, 2020
That's why I despise it. Long ago, in a scout camp south of London, a trick older American scouts played on their younger companions was to say it was "like a British Nutella." Many of us fell for it. I've been trying to suppress the trauma ever since.
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Level 65
Nov 8, 2020
No one would ever spread marmite that thickly in real life. That's just dumb.
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Level 69
Nov 10, 2020
I agree that that's a really thick Marmite spreading. Pretty hardcore.
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Level 67
Oct 25, 2020
I didn't get marshmallow because I didn't recognise it roasted. 🤦‍♂️
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Level 80
Nov 8, 2020
that's sad. :(
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Level 65
Nov 8, 2020
Haha me too. To me it looked like a rolled up pancake on a stick.
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Level 29
Nov 10, 2020
HYSTERICALLY LAUGHS
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Level 80
Nov 8, 2020
Maybe accept mollusk for mussels and morchella for morel?
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Level 57
Nov 8, 2020
why would you accept mollusc for mussels? that's such an unnecessarily broad term for an obviously specific type of food
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Level 80
Nov 8, 2020
well... they are mollusks.. and it starts with M
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Level 57
Nov 9, 2020
yeah but no one ever looks at a menu and asks for a plate of molluscs do they?
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Level 80
Nov 10, 2020
I dunno. I've certainly never asked for a plate of mussels, either.
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Level 57
Nov 11, 2020
I think we can safely chalk that one up to more a lack of personal experience on your behalf rather than it not being a thing though
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Level 71
Nov 8, 2020
The forth one somehow made me think of minestrone. Shame it didn't work, or was included in this quiz.
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Level 29
Nov 8, 2020
...what is meatloaf??
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Level 71
Nov 8, 2020
Some weird stuff only eaten in America.
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Level 82
Nov 8, 2020
Actually, it seems to be more widespread than that, based on the Wikipedia page
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Level 80
Nov 8, 2020
I think I remember having meatloaf before when I was in the UK... and maybe some other places. It's just ground meat shaped into a loaf with some seasoning, not that strange.. sort of like hamburgers, or adana kebab..
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Level 79
Nov 8, 2020
Think of a giant, rectangular meatball. It usually has an egg added along with some type of extender such as rolled oats or bread crumbs, and most cooks add their own extras such as onions, garlic, mushrooms, tomato sauce, or even grated zucchini to hide the veggies from picky eaters. It's a recipe designed to stretch a pound of inexpensive meat to enough to feed a large family. I always used the recipe from the Quaker Oats box. My mom's recipe called for equal parts ground beef and ground pork, tomato juice, chopped onions, crushed saltine crackers and salt and pepper. It was terrible right out of the oven, but it made really good sandwiches the next day when cold, with thick slices put between two slices of white bread smeared with lots of Miracle Whip and plenty of dill pickles. Ah, the good ol' days of the 1960s when we thought anything Mom made was good for us.
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Level 49
Nov 8, 2020
Looks like plenty of people have already replied on this one. You could say they took the words right out of my mouth.
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Level 24
Nov 8, 2020
macarons, muffin, marshmallow, mango, mint, macaroni, mussels, mandarin, meatloaf, mustard, mozzarella, marmalade, meringue, margarita, marmite, miso soup, mackerel, muesli, matzo, morel
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Level 60
Nov 8, 2020
I am surprised that only 30% got morels. Every spring hunting and eating these mushrooms
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Level 79
Nov 8, 2020
We used to have lots of them on our farm when I was a kid, then my grandfather let the hogs run in the woods and I haven't seen a morel here since.
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Level 65
Nov 8, 2020
Can you not find a better picture for mustard? I mean, it is not yellow. It is in a spoon, so it looks like it is not a spread. I had no idea that greenish blob of pudding-like stuff was mustard.
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Level 57
Nov 8, 2020
My first thought for the mozzarella was mochi.
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Level 59
Nov 9, 2020
Tried two different spellings for the Swiss answer then assumed it was something else. I also missed Mustard. Looked like a sauce over noodles.
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Level 41
Nov 9, 2020
Confused: I tried putting in manky slab of meat but it wouldn't accept it for some reason :D
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Level 69
Nov 9, 2020
Meringue, also known as calf slobber
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Level 68
Nov 9, 2020
Are you sure that's mustard and not peanut butter? I should say, I am color blind so that could be the issue
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Level 79
Nov 10, 2020
If you enlarge the pic, it's more obvious that the stuff isn't stiff and sticky enough to be peanut butter.
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Level 38
Nov 10, 2020
There's a saying about Marmite - you either love it or hate it. I love it but it must be spread THINLY. This amount would blow your head off.
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Level 49
Nov 12, 2020
Are you trying to trigger my trypophobia with that mushroom photo. I just got seriously uncomfortable there lol.
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Level 37
Nov 17, 2020
Missed Mint, kept on thinking it was something called "Maryrose". Also missed Mozzarella, thought it was another Marshmallow.