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7th Grade Review 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 Round 1 ABCDE Round 2.

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2 7th Grade Review

3 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 Round 1 ABCDE Round 2

4 T/F Use a fork or knife to remove food stuck in a toaster Answer False – unplug, turn upside down, shake 200

5 T/F Temperatures between 60 and 170 Fahrenheit are known as the Danger Zone Answer False – 40 to 140 Fahrenheit 400

6 Which of the following practices listed is NOT a safe kitchen practice A. store leftovers in the refrigerator B. clean cutting boards by wiping with a paper towel C. use separate towels for hands and dishes D. wash hands after working with raw meat Answer B. cutting boards need to be scrubbed with hot soapy water 600

7 Two ways to Prevent Falls Answer Wipe up spills right away, use a step stool or ladder, use rugs with non-skid backs, close cupboard drawers and doors 800

8 Complete the phrase When in doubt __________ Answer Throw it out 1000

9 T/F Wash hands with hot water and soap for 15 second Answer False – 20 seconds 200

10 Which of the following foods would be considered flammable A. lettuce B. bacon C. pasta D. carrot sticks Answer B Bacon 400

11 What are the three “DO’s” when dealing with a grease fire Answer 600 Turn off the heat, cover the pan with a tight fitting lid, or smother with baking soda or salt

12 Two ways to Prevent Poisoning Answer Cook food thoroughly, keep cleaners out of reach of children, avoid cross-contamination, wash hands thoroughly 800

13 Define Perishable Answer 1000 Food that spoils easily

14 T/F Keep flammable objects away from the stove Answer True 200

15 T/F Unplug the toaster by tugging on the cord Answer False – pull on the plug 400

16 Which of the following is not a way to prevent shocks A. avoid using appliances with frayed cords B. tugging on the cord to unplug an appliance C. dry hands thoroughly before working with appliances D. keep appliances unplugged when not used Answer B. Tugging on the cord 600

17 Two ways to Prevent Cuts Answer Keep knives sharp, use a cutting board, cut away from your body, use damp paper towels to pick up broken glass 800

18 What measures should be taken when handling perishable foods during cooking? Answer Keep raw and cooked food separate, keep food out of the danger zone, work in a clean kitchen, cook food thoroughly 1000

19 T/F Wear loose fitting clothing while cooking Answer False – loose fitting clothing catches in doors 200

20 T/F Keep small appliances unplugged when not in use Answer True 400

21 What are the two “Don'ts” when dealing with a grease fire Answer Do not move the pan, do not put water on the fire 600

22 Two ways to Prevent Burns and Fires Answer Cook greasy foods on low or medium temps, open pot lids away from you, keep flammable items away from the stove, keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen and know how to use it 800

23 What measures should be taken when handling perishable foods before they are cooked? Answer Keep food cold until ready to be used, Store food at proper temperatures, keep raw food separate from cooked food, keep food clean 1000

24 T/F Keep a fire extinguisher in the kitchen and know how to use it properly Answer True 200

25 T/F Dry hands before touching electrical appliances Answer True 400

26 Of the following, which would be the safest way to remove food from a toaster A. Pierce the food with a knife and remove B. Unplug the toaster, then pry out the food C. Make sure the toaster is off, then pry out the food D. Use 2 forks to pry the food out Answer B. You really should unplug before anything else 600

27 Two ways to Prevent Shocks Answer Pull on the plug not the cord, make sure your hands are dry, food stuck in toaster = unplug, turn upside down and shake, unplug from the appliance first then the outlet 800

28 What measures should be taken when handling perishable foods after the meal has ended? Answer Store food in fridge or freezer within two hours, store in shallow containers to cool faster 1000

29 100 200 300 400 500 200 300 400 500 200 300 400 500 200 300 400 500 200 300 400 500 Round 2 ABCDE

30 To prevent _______ avoid leaving food at room temp for more than 2 hours Answer spoilage

31 Eggs, meat, milk and poultry are examples of _____ foods which means they spoil quickly Answer Perishable

32 What are the three names of the Rice Krispies elf mascots Answer Snap, Crackle, Pop

33 T/F Pour flour on a grease fire to extinguish the flames Answer False

34 What are the names of the four Ninja Turtles and who are they named after? Answer Donatello, Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael - Painters

35 5 National Football teams that have a bird in their name? Answer Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore Ravens

36 5 family members on the Simpsons Answer Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Maggie

37 After cutting raw meat, wash your hands, knife and cutting board with _____ water Answer Hot, Soapy

38 To avoid contamination thaw frozen food in the fridge or the _________ Answer Microwave

39 5 colors of the Olympic Rings Answer Black, Blue, Green, Red, Yellow

40 Keep hot foods above _________ Answer 140°F

41 5 U.S. states that border the Gulf of Mexico Answer Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida

42 T/F Freezing kills most bacteria Answer False

43 5 U.S. military branches Answer Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard

44 This bacteria is found in contaminated water, undercooked beef and un- pasteurized milk Answer E. coli

45 Washington DC holds a cherry blossom festive in late March early April. What color are cherry blossoms? Answer Pale pink

46 8 things swallowed in the children’s rhyme There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a… Answer Fly, Spider, Bird, Cat, Dog, Goat, Cow, Horse

47 8 Crayola colors in the first box produced in 1903 Answer Black, Brown, Orange, Violet, Red, Yellow, Green, Blue

48 Some bacteria are ______ by hands, cooking utensils, and pets Answer Spread

49 ______ means becoming infected with bacteria Answer Contamination

50 How many cents does it cost the US mint to produce a nickel (within one) Answer 9 cents

51 The first ten words of “The Star Spangled Banner” Answer Oh Say Can You See By The Dawn’s Early Light

52 T/F Rubber and plastic utensils conduct electricity Answer False

53 The 8 planets in the solar system Answer Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune

54 This bacteria is found in uncooked food especially poultry and eggs Answer Salmonella


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