Foods that Start with W

Based on a picture, can you name these foods that start with the letter W?
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Last updated: October 21, 2020
First submittedAugust 28, 2012
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the German name
aquatic vegetable
comes from Vienna
cattle breed
Worcestershire Sauce
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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
That will work now.
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Level 58
Feb 14, 2021
If they are from vienna they are not called Wiener. In austria they are called Frankfurter
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Level 74
Feb 27, 2021
Had some awesome wienerschnitzel in Wien. When in Rome...
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Level 61
Aug 13, 2021
In the UK they are known as frankfurters.
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Level 74
Feb 17, 2021
Can Willie be accepted?
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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 82
Oct 21, 2020
...Wagyu. And she lived happily ever after.
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Level 28
Sep 11, 2015
Oh dear. I got 4.
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Level 32
Apr 20, 2020
Well, someone’s done worse than you 😅
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Level 61
Aug 5, 2016
Can you allow Wassabi as a type in
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Level 83
Nov 13, 2016
and "wassssup B?"
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Level 45
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 48
Feb 14, 2021
Agree
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Level 74
Oct 21, 2020
Really? Wedding cake?
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Level 73
Dec 5, 2021
Anecdotally responsible for diminished sex drive in women:)
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Level 76
Oct 21, 2020
Did anyone know that the wasabi you get in most restaurants in western Europe is actually just local horseradish dyed green except in the really high end restaurants because of the high costs to import it from Japan .I learned this on a documentary on UK TV a few years back.
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Level 85
Oct 22, 2020
Same in the US.
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Level 84
Oct 22, 2020
Yes, it was a real revelation the first time I had real wasabi. A wonderfully complex flavor, unlike the green paste I was accustomed to.
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Level 72
Feb 12, 2021
Wow, thanks for this gem. The dirty lying cheating b4st4rds. Is it a politician who thought of this marketing strategy?
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Level 65
Oct 23, 2020
I was sure it was "Waygu."
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Level 74
Jul 7, 2021
me too. I had to check my spelling because i was SURE i was right.
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Level 75
Oct 30, 2020
I missed wine and whiskey. Two of the greatest foods available!!! If you add white chocolate and Waldorf salad, you could have an additional row and make the test the same size as the other food ones.
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Level 50
Dec 1, 2020
CouId we have a picture of fresh watercress please?
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Level 61
Aug 13, 2021
Seconded
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Level 64
Feb 4, 2021
Missed the watercress because I couldn't get past "sea Weed"...
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Level 54
Feb 6, 2021
took me forever to spell Worcestershire (or however you spell it), This quiz must have changed a bit b/c there is no wine or whiskey or Australian cereal (weet-bix?) that others are talking about.
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Level 57
Feb 14, 2021
I kept trying Wakame :/
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Level 63
Feb 14, 2021
Fun quizz. Please accept wantan as alternative spelling as it is also used (not a typo). Thanks!
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Level 59
Feb 14, 2021
One minute for the other answers, three minutes to figure out how to spell Worcestershire
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Level 24
Feb 18, 2021
i had to search the spelling of Worcestershire
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Level 74
Apr 26, 2021
I think the photo of watercress is actually of water spinach/ong choy.
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Level 91
Dec 5, 2021
Instead of "Wedding Cake", how about "Wafer Thin Mint" with a photo of the waiter offering a mint to Monsieur Creosote.