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French Cuisine

French Cuisine French III Final Exam Review

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The 3 most important characteristics of French cooking are convenience, quality, and vitamin content. False - regional, seasonal, and natural
Each region in France has its own unique cuisine and specialties using ingredients that are naturally found in those locations. True
The majority of food in France is processed in much the same way as in the United States. False - it doesn't have to travel as far or sit on shelves as long, so there are much fewer preservatives in most foods
Food in France is often served in a "natural" state. For example, fish is often served with its head still attached. True
In France, it is considered polite to rest your hands in your lap during a meal. False - placing your hands on the table is the polite thing to do
Deep fried foods are just as common in France as they are in the United States False - although they certainly exist in France, it is much more commonplace in the United States
If you are invited to someone's house for dinner, you should bring a bottle of wine as a gift False - a host might find it slightly insulting that you don't think they know how to pair a wine with the meal
If you are invited to someone's house for dinner, expect to stay about an hour False - you should expect to stay at least two hours
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