2017-03-27
1

Which book says "hot drinks are not for the body or belly?"

2

Shojin ryori, a style of cooking introduced to Japan by Buddhist monks, is vegetarian because:

3

According to Luke's gospel, which food does Christ eat after he is resurrected?

4

During the hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca), which animal is slaughtered, cooked and eaten?

5

When Matthew's gospel says John the Baptist ate "wild honey and locust." What were the locust?

6

Gefilte fish, a traditional fish dish that Jews eat on many holidays, literally means:

7

Pretzels are said to have been invented by European monks in the 600s, their odd shape representing:

8

Islam's Hallal food laws are similar to:

9

Which food do Jews eat on Rosh Hashanah to celebrate the sweetness of the new year?

10

Presbyterian minister Sylvester Graham invented graham crackers:

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