Living Gluten-Free Quiz Andrew Batten September 29, 2020 Welcome to the Living Gluten-Free Quiz! 22 question quiz. The questions are multiple-choice or True/False. You will be asked to answer all the questions on each page before moving to the next. Your score will be posted at the end, once all the questions are completed. When you're ready to go, press the "next" button. Good luck, and have fun! Which food would you be sure does not contain gluten?Ground beefBBQ sauceBeerHot dogWhich of the following is gluten-free?RyeEggsCouscousBarleyWheatWhich activity can result in the contamination of a gluten-free food?Frying gluten-free food in a deep fryer used for regular chicken fingersPutting gluten-free bread in a regular toasterAll of theseUsing a mixer not dedicated to the gluten-free menuSpreading peanut butter from a jar that was used for regular breadWhich food from this list contains gluten?MilletMaltYeastBananasWhen preparing gluten-free food, you must work in a space that is free from gluten.TrueFalseWhich ingredient can be safely included in a gluten-free recipe?CouscousFresh herbsPearl barleySpeltWhole wheat flourWhich one of these should be avoided on a gluten-free diet?ApplesChickenFishLettuceMalt vinegarAre you always able to see gluten cross-contamination?YesNoWhat temperature will make gluten inactive?-10 degrees150 degrees90 degreesTemperature does not affect glutenWhich ingredient does not contain gluten?WheatPolentaRyeBarleySourdoughWhat is gluten?A protein that gives elasticity to doughAn ingredient in meatA starch found in cornWhich food can be safely included in a gluten-free meal?Regular oatmealPotatoesCroutonsMalt vinegarWhich items do you need to check for gluten before use?Canned soupSpice blendsSalad dressingAll of theseSoy sauceWhich of the following is sure to be gluten-free?Corn on the cobChocolateSaucesBeerMustardAre spices gluten-free?No, they always contain glutenYes, but they could be contaminated with gluten when processedWhich ingredient from the following list is gluten-free?None of theseRyeBarleyDurumSemolinaGluten particles are alive and can be destroyed.FalseTrueWhat is the legal definition of a gluten-free meal?A meal which contains more than 20 ppm of glutenA meal which contains less than 20 ppm of glutenWhat can contaminate a gluten-free meal?All of thesePreparing gluten-free food on the same equipment as non gluten-free foodA gluten garnish added to the mealUsing the same knife to butter gluten-containing and gluten-free breadA small amount of flour dust left on a cutting boardWhich area of the kitchen is likely to hide crumbs of gluten?BBQ and other cooking surfacesAll of theseOpen jars and spreads such as butter, jam and mayonnaiseCutting boards and rolling pinsColandersProducts marked "may contain gluten” can be added to a gluten-free meal.TrueFalseCan gluten particles be disinfected?Yes, with alcoholSometimes, depending on whether they are in raw or cooked foodsSometimes, depending on what ingredient they come fromNo, gluten cannot be disinfectedTime is Up!