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Foods that Start with S Quiz

Name these foods and drinks that start with the letter S.
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Last updated: January 7, 2015
First submittedAugust 27, 2012
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Clue
Food
Holey cheese
Swiss Cheese
Miniature hamburger
Slider
Popular fish with pink flesh
Salmon
Prawn
Shrimp
Escargot
Snails
Beverage similar to root beer
Sarsaparilla
Wine with fruit and brandy
Sangria
Green onion
Scallion
NaCl
Salt
Small oily fish
Sardine
Popular type of pasta, often
served with meatballs
Spaghetti
Clue
Food
Fermented cabbage
Sauerkraut
Breaded meat cutlet of Germany
Schnitzel
Japanese dish of vinegared rice and raw fish
Sushi
Like ^ but with no rice
Sashimi
What you might dip the last two items in
Soy Sauce
British quick bread, often served with tea
Scone
Ground beef mixed with ketchup and onions,
served on a hamburger bun
Sloppy Joe
Expensive red spice made from flower threads
Saffron
Bread made with naturally occuring yeast
Sourdough
Type of sandwich also called a hoagie
Submarine
French cake that "puffs up"
Soufflé
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level 50
Jan 3, 2013
Can;t believe I forgot sardines and sourdough.
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level 73
Jul 31, 2015
i missed 3 and 1 of them was spaghetti
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level 67
Feb 13, 2018
Americans use the term Swiss cheese much more than we would in Britain, we would nearly always refer to the actual name. I think it is probably even labelled as Swiss in the US. Pfft, as this is an American site then I'd expect it to use American terminology.
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level 67
Oct 21, 2019
Indeed. Are ther not many (in fact most) carieties of Swiss cheese that are not "holey". The question is wrong IMO.
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level 29
Jan 4, 2013
Can you accept shallot for "Green Onion"?
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level ∞
Jan 6, 2013
Shallots aren't green, though.
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level 57
Jun 4, 2013
Shallot isn't a green onion in any way. . .
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level 67
Apr 21, 2015
Google 'Green Shallot'
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level 76
Jul 31, 2015
Green shallot starts with "G".
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level 67
Aug 3, 2015
Ander the comment above was not meant as an entry in this S foods quiz, but as a link to show that shallots are mostly green.
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level 71
Jan 4, 2013
I got them all, but I question "souffle" being described as a cake... not sure how else you could describe one (and it was a great inclusion, by the way!) but most souffles I've had or (really hard) made have been more a savory thing than a sweet cake. Still, not sure what else you'd call it...
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level 57
Jan 4, 2013
It could be savory or sweet but it is a cake either way.
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
souffles are a class of their own.
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level 44
Jan 5, 2013
I thank the new Doctor Who companion for helping me with that one - Thank you Clara the Souffle girl.
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level 50
Jun 18, 2014
I ADORE the word soufflé.
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level 71
Aug 7, 2016
I thought a soufflé was an egg dish, so I googled it, and sure enough, I only see it referred to as an egg dish. In fact, the definition of "cake" seems to generally include flour as an ingredient, and I can't imagine a soufflé could even possibly fluff up with flour in it, could it??
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
Many souffles start, savoury ones especially, with a white sauce base made with flour. Not much but some.
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level 39
Jul 26, 2018
...souffle is not a cake...jeez...
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level 53
Jan 7, 2013
I think scallions are what we call spring onions- could that be an acceptable answer?- Good quiz
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
That's the word I was thinking of! Thanks.
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level 66
Jan 7, 2013
What about scampi for prawn?
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level 74
Apr 26, 2019
Maybe add some scallions first.
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level 14
Jan 30, 2013
Accept "table salt" for salt. In science class we learned that table salt is NaCl
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level 73
Aug 1, 2013
Table Salt does not begin with an 'S'. In english class, we learned that Table begins with a 'T' :-)
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level 20
Apr 17, 2013
I thought that NaCI was Nazi. :P
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level 65
Jun 19, 2013
In New Jersey, a sloppy joe is rye bread slice, corned beef, swiss cheese, cole slaw, rye bread slice, corned beef, russian dressing, rye bread slice. Cut into thirds. Mmmm
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level 73
Aug 1, 2013
Sounds kinda like a Reuben. Weird.
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level 45
Apr 18, 2014
....people from Jersey SMH. That's def a Reuben.
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level 76
Jul 3, 2017
I would never call that combination a Reuben (corned beef and sauerkraut, etc.). With slaw, it's a Rachel, at least here in the mid-Atlantic states. With Rachels, you have to be read the fine print, since at some places the "correct" meat is turkey, while in other places it's corned beef.
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level 53
Aug 13, 2013
For the clue Green Onion why wasn't Spring Onion accepted?
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level 66
Sep 19, 2013
Because it's wrong.
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level 67
Nov 21, 2015
And Australia and New Zealand etc.
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level 73
Oct 23, 2013
A schnitzel isn't necessarily breaded, it's any escalope. A wiener schnitzel is breaded, but that's from Austria and doesn't start with 's'.
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level 74
Dec 17, 2018
That's schnitzel in its English sense, not German.
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level 55
Dec 18, 2013
Should def. accept Sodium chloride
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level 72
May 2, 2014
Agree with sodium chloride and spring onion votes.
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level 24
May 8, 2014
Spring onion acceptable for green onion?
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level ∞
Jan 7, 2015
Spring onion will work now.
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level 9
Jul 19, 2014
NaCl should accept sodium chloride... from a nerd's point of view...
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level 39
Jan 24, 2015
I've eaten scones for years but never heard them called quick bread! Is that an American expression?
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level 76
Jul 31, 2015
Apparently. Here, quick breads are breads which use baking soda and/or baking powder for leavening, as opposed to yeast or beaten egg whites which take longer to make. Biscuits (America's version of savory scones), pancakes, muffins, banana bread, cornbread, and brownies are all considered quick breads.
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level 56
Apr 25, 2018
which is exactly why a scone is a quick bread.
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level 55
Jun 5, 2015
At the moment I read "green onion", I couldn't think of anything but Shrek :) Yes, my inner child has spoken. Am I the only one? Btw, nice quiz ;)
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level 37
Jun 15, 2015
For green onions, it should accept shallots...
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level 55
Jul 31, 2015
What about shellfish for prawn?
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level 56
Jul 31, 2015
If you are giving NaCl as a clue, you should definitely accept sodium chloride. Food, or not, that is the chemical formula for sodium chloride. SMH.
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level 59
Jul 31, 2015
I knew there would be at least one gripe about Sodium Chloride. My suggestion is Soy should be good enough.
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level 59
Jul 31, 2015
P.S. Sarsaparilla. Sar-sah-pah-rilla. Funny word .
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level 76
Aug 4, 2015
You should also accept smelt for small oily fish.
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level 71
May 31, 2016
How is Sassafras Soda not accepted as similar to root beer
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level 58
Jun 9, 2016
Isn't schnitzel from Austria?
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level 35
Dec 31, 2017
Slider ? Sloppy Joe ? too American for us Brits.
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level 75
Oct 20, 2018
Isn't occuring supposed to be spelled occurring?
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level 35
May 13, 2019
I actually typed sodium chloride
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level 36
Nov 5, 2019
I typed sodium first and then sodium chloride. I think that is an acceptable answer for NaCl
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