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Foods that Start with K Quiz

Based on the clues, name these foods (and drinks) that start with the letter K.
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Last updated: April 17, 2015
First submittedMay 15, 2012
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Clue
Food
Dark red bean
Kidney Bean
Sweet carnival popcorn
Kettle Corn
Large black olive
Kalamata Olive
Popular brand of coffee liqueur
Kahlua
Tomato condiment
Ketchup
Type of seaweed
Kelp or Kombu
Korean dish of fermented
napa cabbage and other veggies
Kimchi
"Deadliest Catch" seafood
King Crab
Small, tart lime
Key Lime
Clue
Food
Small orange fruit
Kumquat
Persian dish of skewered meat
Kebab
Leafy vegetable often called a "superfood"
Kale
Vodka, triple sec, and lime juice cocktail
Kamikaze
Smoked herring, often eaten for breakfast
Kipper
Fuzzy fruit with a bright green interior
Kiwi
Sugary drink used by a mass-suicide cult
Kool-aid
Breaded and deep-fried meat cutlet of Japan
Katsu
Polynesian drink with sedative properties
Kava
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level 22
Sep 11, 2012
cant believe i missed kiwi...
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level 28
Sep 11, 2012
I hate to be a nay sayer but they drank flavor aid not kool-aid. People just americanize it and say kool-aid. :/
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level 76
Jan 26, 2015
Kool-aid has sort of become a generic term for any flavored powdered drink, just as kleenex has come to mean any brand of tissues or "Go for a Coke" can be any flavor of soda.
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level 77
Apr 17, 2015
^yeah, and this. Though the Jim Jones cult did actually drink Flavor Aid.
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level 59
Jun 11, 2017
If you "go for a Coke" meaning any kind of soda, expect a "cease and desist" letter from the Coca-Cola company. They're very aggressive in protecting their trademarks.
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level 76
Mar 29, 2018
Using "coke" to refer to any sweetened carbonated drink is very regional, in the US at least. While probably most use the term for any cola-flavored beverage, far fewer use it as a term for carbonated drinks in general.
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level 77
Apr 17, 2015
Flavor Aid is also American. Kool Aid is simply a much better-known brand.
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level 20
Apr 9, 2013
Good quiz about food. Nice job putting Kimchi on there. I didn't think of it until randomly I thought about Kalamari
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level 20
May 15, 2013
I knew Kimchi from watching M*A*S*H :) can't believe I forgot ketchup...
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level 77
Apr 17, 2015
I knew kimchi from eating it every day for a year.
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level 55
Jun 4, 2014
I would be really grateful and entertained if you changed it to "little gem of the citrus family."
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level 55
Apr 25, 2018
Key lime pie, made by a good friend, heaven.
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level 70
Nov 30, 2014
Mass-suicide cult didn't drink Kool-aid, may want to correct the clue...used to distribute LSD, perhaps?
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level 78
Apr 17, 2015
I thought kebab was rather turkish, could you put a more general clue?
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level 65
Apr 17, 2015
I knew kippers from watching Fawlty Towers. I knew there was something to learn from that show!
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level 54
Apr 17, 2015
I second the request for "kombu" to be accepted for seaweed. Fun quiz! I got the weird ones and blanked on kettle corn!
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level ∞
Apr 17, 2015
Kombu will work now.
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level 42
Apr 17, 2015
Must have tried "krab" four times before time ran out. Can;t believe that's the only one I missed.
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level 49
Apr 19, 2015
kahlua was on the tip of my tongue!
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level 67
Oct 26, 2015
lucky you!
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level 59
Apr 20, 2015
I had to lookup Kalamata when I got it wrong. Just FYI. It says on Wikipedia "The Kalamata olive is a large purple olive"
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level 46
Jan 1, 2016
Krabby Patties, anyone? :)
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level 44
May 16, 2016
Karamel Korn in addition to kettle corn?
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level 80
Mar 10, 2017
Spelled with a K is a brand name. You won't find "karamel" in the dictionary.
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level 56
Sep 11, 2017
What about kalamansi for a small tart lime (ubiqutous in Philippines)?
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level 54
Jun 17, 2018
I don't remember kimchi from MASH?
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level 39
Nov 25, 2018
"Kippers for breakfast, Aunt Helga? Is it St. Swithin's Day already?" "Tis!" replied Aunt Helga.
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level 38
Nov 6, 2019
You forgot to add Kabsa, the national dish of Saudi Arabia, as well as a dish in all the neighboring Gulf countries