Foods that Start with W Quiz

There are lots of foods, but how many start with W?
Includes two beverages!
Quiz by Brickster
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Last updated: January 7, 2015
First submittedAugust 28, 2012
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Clue
Food
Huge fruit with red flesh and
black seeds
Watermelon
Fermented grape juice
Wine
Another name for hot dog or frankfurter
Wiener
Generic term for German sausage
Wurst
The liquid remaining after
milk has been curdled and strained
Whey
Common Chinese dumpling
Wonton
Staple crop of Europe
Wheat
Lea & Perrins sauce
Worcestershire
Sauce
Clue
Food
Popular type of nut
Walnut
Japanese beef variety
Wagyu
Spicy green root eaten with sushi
Wasabi
Salad named after a New York hotel
Waldorf Salad
Breakfast dish made with two patterned
iron pans set on top of each other
Waffle
Semi-aquatic leafy green vegetable
Watercress
Famous product of Kentucky or Scotland
Whiskey
Brand of high-fiber, brick-like breakfast
cereal from Australia
Weet Bix
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Level 31
Oct 28, 2012
So I get "wurst", but not "wasabi". Wow.
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Level 31
Oct 28, 2012
Oh yeah, Collin, how do you get the pictures?
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Level 50
Jan 29, 2013
I didn't get wasabi since I spelled it wasabe.
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Level 18
Jan 29, 2013
how did i not get walnut? *facepalm*
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Level 9
Jan 29, 2013
kept saying weenie instead of wiener...
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Level 55
May 12, 2014
That should be acceptable.
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Level ∞
Jan 7, 2015
Okay, that will work now.
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Level 17
Mar 25, 2013
Great quiz Collin. I actually missed waffle even though i read the comments.
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Level 55
May 12, 2014
I finally aced one!
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Level 50
Jun 18, 2014
Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, eating her curds and...
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Level 76
May 15, 2015
Scotch whisky is always spelled without an 'e.'
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Level 48
Feb 8, 2016
Absolutely - whiskey and whisky are not the same thing at all.
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Level 72
Aug 28, 2016
In truth I think Scotch whisky and Irish whiskey have far more in common than Irish whiskey and American 'whiskey', spelling notwithstanding.
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Level 78
Mar 13, 2017
Both spellings are accepted.
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Level 65
Jun 23, 2015
I wholeheartedly endorse wine and whiskey as "foods."
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Level 39
Sep 4, 2015
lol
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Level 39
Aug 17, 2018
...i don't...
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Level 53
Jul 3, 2015
Am I the only one who started singing "It's a semi-aquatic leafy green vegetable of action!"? (Besides my sister...she did, too.)
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Level 43
Apr 20, 2020
Watercress is my favourite item on this list...
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Level 58
Sep 11, 2015
Weet bix? Could "wheaties" be allowed for us non-Australians who have never had nor seen this mysterious Weet bix stuff? I mean, if it was vegemite, sure, everyone knows that's Australian...
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Level 62
Nov 15, 2018
except wheaties are nothing at all like weet bix. Wheaties are like wheat flakes and weet bix are steamed grains pressed out into biscuits. They taste totally different, Wheaties probably has more sugar in but not sure of that.
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Level 79
Sep 11, 2015
I've stayed at the Waldorf in New York before but couldn't recall the name of the place....
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Level 70
Feb 13, 2018
Good job your not the sort to 'namedrop'.
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Level 79
Jul 27, 2019
I'm not. I'm sorry that your life has been so bland that you think staying at an old hotel in New York is something so impressive that I would wish to boast about it.
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Level 78
Jul 6, 2018
Did you have the salad? :) When I was young we always got red apples as a Christmas treat at church, and all the families saved theirs and made Waldorf Salad for Christmas dinner with pecans instead of walnuts, 'cause everyone had a pecan tree somewhere on their farms. How times have changed.
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Level 79
Nov 21, 2019
I did not. My mom and I went up for the weekend to see if we could get tickets to Book of Mormon in its initial run. We stood in the cancellation line and got lucky. We spent the rest of the weekend touring around and seeing other shows. Never ate at the hotel.
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Level 59
Sep 11, 2015
Only 58% got whiskey? Bunch of prudes....
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Level 58
Sep 14, 2015
I got Weetabix but not Whiskey and I live in the USA.
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Level 80
Sep 11, 2015
I'm Belgian and can't find waffle with that clue...
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Level 30
Sep 11, 2015
Oh dear. I got 4.
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Level 30
Apr 20, 2020
Well, someone’s done worse than you 😅
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Level 62
Sep 15, 2015
Scotland does NOT produce whiskey it produces whisky. Ireland produces whiskey.
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Level 44
Feb 13, 2016
Got 'wagyu' but not 'whiskey'.. huh.
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Level 30
May 9, 2016
Coming from an aussie, Weet bix tastes more like soggy cardboard
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Level 70
Feb 4, 2017
Your eating the box mate!
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Level 64
Feb 18, 2017
The trick is to eat it BEFORE it goes soggy.
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Level 79
Nov 21, 2019
Does soggy cardboard taste better or worse than brick?
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Level 43
Apr 20, 2020
It's delicious soggy!
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Level 62
Jun 4, 2016
I missed Wheat !!!!!!!!!!! ):
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Level 51
Aug 5, 2016
Can you allow Wassabi as a type in
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Level 79
Nov 13, 2016
and "wassssup B?"
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Level 46
Nov 14, 2016
Amazed that it took my spelling for "Worcestershire". Couldn't think of the Australian cereal - all I could think was Frosted Mini Wheats and I knew that wasn't right!
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Level 33
Mar 13, 2017
I only knew "Wurst" Yazz #Germany
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Level 59
Feb 13, 2018
the clue provided for wasabi is quite misleading.
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Level 77
Jun 29, 2018
How much more descriptive can you get for wasabi? That is a pretty spot on description. Did you get it confused with the myriad other green roots that you eat with your sushi?
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Level 68
Mar 27, 2018
'Whisky' is Scottish, 'Whiskey' is American. And Kentucky is more known for Bourbon - a style of whiskey, not Scotch Whisky.
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Level 59
Jul 6, 2018
Hmmm. This is clearly an American quiz. In the German speaking countries they separate sharply between Wiener and Frankfurter as two distinct kinds of sausage.
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Level 69
Nov 21, 2019
I kept typing watercrest, but never got watercress
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Level 67
Nov 23, 2019
Wow I got them all :) I only got the salad/hotel one by thinking of the grouchy men from the muppets, I knew he had the same name. (Watercress and whisk(e)y took me a few seconds though, famous product seemed to generic at first but then it popped into my head)
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Level 67
Nov 23, 2019
Hah now I see the description , had I read that it would have saved me a few seconds. But honestly have to think/check now what the 2nd beverage was. Btw waffles for breakfast seems like such! an odd thing for me, just like pancakes!. Sweet stuff in the morning ?!?! Then again, I guess cornflakes in America might be atleast as sweet, so in that case perhaps the less of a "jump" /leap (dont know the right expression in english)
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Level 53
Apr 21, 2020
Wonton?