Types of Food

These are types of this. Get it? The answers are foods and drinks.
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Last updated: July 13, 2015
First submittedMay 14, 2013
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These are Types of
This
Brie, Gruyère, Munster
Cheese
Merlot, Pinot Noir, Grenache
Wine
Figgy, Chocolate, Tapioca
Pudding
Chapati, Challah, Pita
Bread
Penne, Spaghetti, Macaroni
Pasta
Skim, Whole, 2%
Milk
Ketchup, Mustard, Mayonnaise
Condiment
Coriander, Saffron, Turmeric
Spice
Rye, Scotch, Bourbon
Whiskey
Steel-cut, Rolled, Wild
Oats
Milk, Dark, White
Chocolate
These are Types of
This
Angel Food, Cheese, Coffee
Cake
Drip, Espresso, Turkish
Coffee
Basmati, Jasmine, Arborio
Rice
Stout, Porter, Pilsner
Beer
White Russian, Manhattan, Cosmopolitan
Cocktail
Maki, Nigiri, Inari
Sushi
Table, Brown, Confectionary
Sugar
Balsamic, Apple Cider, Distilled
Vinegar
Jasmine, Black, Earl Grey
Tea
Potato, Rice, Enriched
Flour
Pinto, Lima, Kidney
Bean
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Level 9
May 24, 2013
you should except condement for condiment
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Level 27
May 24, 2013
Not really because that is not how you spell it, your problem not the quizmaker's.
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Level 57
May 24, 2013
The difference is that condiment is not a hard word to spell. Most quizzes accept variations on spelling for words that are unusual or difficult to spell. Condiment is not one of those words.
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Level 63
Jul 2, 2013
I tend to agree here that condement should not be accepted. It is an easy word to spell. There are many more difficult words in these quizzes that require exact spelling.
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Level 39
Dec 19, 2013
well spoken that man!
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Level 13
Feb 10, 2014
quizzicalgiraffe That's a great idea! People don't really need to spell correctly!
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Level 55
May 13, 2014
I think you mean it's a thign.
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Level 34
Sep 24, 2015
I don't think incorrect spellings should be accepted, personally. I've never complained about getting a question wrong because I spelled it wrong, just one more thing you learn from doing the quiz! :)
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Level 69
Jun 24, 2016
Please accept "condemnation."
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Level 21
Apr 11, 2018
Iy downt hav ay problim with that beecuz iy cahn spel fiyne
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Level 66
Jun 9, 2018
Please don't blame dyslexia for not being able to spell condiment. Learning disabilities are hard, I have several myself, but it's almost always the curriculum and the avenue toward completing work accurately that's accommodated. Accuracy is still important.
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Level 44
Jan 4, 2016
I Kept typing Dressing, and Sauce
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Level 81
Feb 8, 2020
Accept condom mint?
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Level 56
May 24, 2013
should accept sauce or dressing for condiment, as a European quiz taker this really confused me.
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Level 20
May 25, 2013
Agreed.
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Level 45
May 26, 2013
Yes!
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Level 32
Mar 12, 2014
Absolutely - and as a European I could have spellt it correctly either
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Level 32
Mar 7, 2015
Yep!
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Level 68
Jun 15, 2015
Likewise. I tried sauce, relish, and seasoning (which admittedly wasn't particularly accurate, but I was running out of ideas by this point). Sauce should definitely be accepted.
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Level 20
Aug 3, 2015
Agreed!!
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Level 66
Jan 2, 2016
I attach myself to the venture
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Level 79
Jan 2, 2016
as an American I tried sauce first, so it's not entirely the Europeans thinking. As they are definitely sauces, I believe it should be accepted. I might also switch ketchup/catsup out because in some areas ketchup is the word for any sauce.
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Level 30
Mar 8, 2020
I´m European and there is no way I had condiment in my mind. I was constantly writing sauce just in case I was typing it wrong.
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Level 28
Jan 2, 2016
Same goes for me and I'm canadian
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Level 70
Jan 4, 2016
Sauce is absolutely needed as a valid option.
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Level 30
Jan 5, 2016
Totally agree. Condiment isn't in my daily vocabulary for these
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Level 74
Jan 5, 2016
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Level 44
Sep 3, 2016
Yes, sauce should definitely be accepted!
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Level 63
Apr 1, 2017
Or we could just try condiment when sauce doesn't work...
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Level 52
Jun 8, 2018
Agree. Condiments are just salt and pepper to Brits.
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Level 67
Mar 24, 2020
Wow this is the longest list of people requesting the same thing I ve ever seen on jetpunk!
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Level 67
Mar 24, 2020
I tried sauce aswell, but remembered (maybe from somewhere on the site?) That americans have a seperate word for it. So I got it, and spelled it right ;) but still don't know why there is a seperate word and which sauces it applies to (same goes for relish, we don't use that either) is pesto a sauce, relish or condiment? How about worchester sauce? And barbecuesauce?
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Level 55
Mar 24, 2020
You call ketchup, mustard, and mayo sauces?
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Level 60
May 24, 2013
If we're going to get pedantic, then Scotch is a whisky not a whiskey, but that may be taking it too far ;)
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Level 55
May 13, 2014
I dunno. This place seems to set records for pedantry.
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Level 58
Apr 23, 2015
Indeed. Why am I proud that I know this?
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Level 79
May 24, 2013
fun but easy
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Level 14
May 24, 2013
coriander is a herb, not a spice:s
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Level 59
Jan 2, 2016
I agree, herb, not spice.
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Level 72
Sep 7, 2016
According to Wikipedia: "Cilantro is the Spanish word for coriander, also deriving from coriandrum. It is the common term in North American English for coriander leaves, due to their extensive use in Mexican cuisine." I think technically speaking coriander is the proper name for the plant as a whole everywhere (Coriandrum sativum is its scientific designation), but in casual usage in North America cilantro is used for the leaves. Usage in Australia tends towards coriander without qualification meaning the leaves. When one is talking about any other part of the plant one specifies (Coriander seed, coriander root). As a result herb definitely comes to mind for me (an Australian) before spice when just the word coriander is used, but I certainly think the ground seed is a spice and the clue is just fine as is.
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Level 70
Dec 7, 2016
What was that again?
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Level 63
Apr 1, 2017
In Australia, coriander means the herb (leaves). Coriander seed is the spice.
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Level 52
Jun 8, 2018
Coriander is the plant. In Australia we eat the leaves and seeds and call it coriander leaves or seeds. Why is that so hard to understand?
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Level 29
May 28, 2013
Got them all except for Sushi. Fun Quiz!
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Level 55
Mar 24, 2020
Same! I'm allergic
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Level 73
May 29, 2013
Merlot, Pinot Noir, Grenache are actually grapes, also wines, but in the first place grapes. So. Could that also work please?
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Level ∞
May 29, 2013
Okay
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Level 63
Jul 2, 2013
Really, you thought of grapes and not wines?
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Level 74
Jul 16, 2019
Well it is more accurate. If the answer needs to be wine then it would be better to include words which are wines but not grapes - Rioja / Champagne / etc
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Level 41
Jun 2, 2013
First quiz EVER I got 100% in lol. With 2:46 left. Yay me!
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Level 50
Sep 24, 2013
what's chocolate pudding?
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Level 78
Jan 3, 2016
In the US pudding is a specific type of dessert, not a general term as in the UK. Pudding in the US is similar to your custard. Jell-O makes a commercial instant pudding mix that is just stirred with milk, but I make my own, cooked and thickened with eggs and/or cornstarch.
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Level 55
Mar 24, 2020
Pudding. That tastes like chocolate.
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Level 55
May 13, 2014
100%. I love food.
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Level 48
Jun 17, 2014
Jeez, I feel like I'm being punished for being a teetotaler.
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Level 44
Jul 10, 2014
20/20, This beats or equals 100% of test takers.
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Level 72
Jan 2, 2016
Good quiz but pretty easy!
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Level 35
Jan 2, 2016
just missed out on oats.
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Level 52
Jun 8, 2018
LOL!!!
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Level 46
Jan 2, 2016
nice and challenging
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Level 46
Jan 2, 2016
there should be a herb question
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Level 70
Dec 7, 2016
Yes, Alpert, Lom, kohl, Hoover, etc
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Level 46
Jan 2, 2016
i think it was already excepted, I think you wanted it accepted
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Level 72
Jan 2, 2016
I guessed vodka for rice/potato. *not a teetotaler*
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Level 71
Jun 18, 2017
Me too
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Level 52
Jun 8, 2018
And me!
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Level 62
Jan 3, 2016
As a rule of thumb, I'd recommend that the thumbnail picture doesn't give away an answer, even if it is exremely easy.
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Level 74
Jan 9, 2016
May I add my voice to those who believe you should accept sauce as an alternative to condiment.
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Level 13
Apr 25, 2016
all at once nothing to leave behind,hey it is grub!
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Level 10
Jun 24, 2016
Which 2% doesn't know what spaghetti is
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Level 58
Jul 12, 2016
I always get 100% on food quizzes. I'm hungry right now.
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Level 14
Oct 18, 2016
LIKED QUIZ THANK U QUIZ MASTER MAYBE HIDE ANSWERS IN THE COMMENTS
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Level 70
Aug 6, 2017
Don't read the comments before you do a quiz..... solved.
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Level 52
Oct 15, 2018
why would you read the comments first? it's a form of cheating, though (a) you are cheating yourself and (b) you skew the results ratings... if you don't know... DON'T cheat
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Level 38
Apr 4, 2017
I firmly believe that laxity in adhering to methods proven effective in the past: repetition, repetition, repetition... is the reason that so many of the younger generation can't spell worth a damn!
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Level 43
Sep 13, 2019
Please accept legume/s for Pinto, Lima, Kidney
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Level 73
Nov 9, 2019
Ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise all meet the definition of sauce. noun: a liquid or semi-liquid substance served with food to add moistness and flavour.
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Level 35
Mar 24, 2020
never heard of enriched flour in the UK
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Level 67
Mar 24, 2020
Yes enriched flour and wild oats looked very weird to me Haha. Enriched? They cut it up with something else? Another "powdery substance"? ;) And wild oats (I can see them stampeding around haha) Do you also have domesticated/ pet ones? :D
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Level 67
Mar 24, 2020
Actually thinking about it, we do have wild oats (wilde haver) but it just looked odd to me haha. Eventhough in both language the word wild is used, when you read it in another language, you translate it, while in your own language you often forget the original meaning of (part of) a word.