Grade 2 Discover : Set 5 Copy
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This energy-giving food is a type of grain that contains starch.
It is usually boiled and can be sticky.
This grain is also used to make many popular breakfast dishes in India .
Which grain is this?CorrectIncorrect
It has a sticky texture and is usually boiled before being eaten.
Ooho is a capsule of a liquid substance that can be eaten.
It is covered with seaweed and can be popped into the mouth.
It was created to avoid the pollution due to plastic.
What does Ooho hold?CorrectIncorrect
This can be eaten and is used during marathons and races.
This yellow fruit helps protect our body from bacteria.
This fruit is also used to clean utensils.
It is mistaken with another green fruit as they both provide a similar flavour.
Name this fruit.CorrectIncorrect
This belongs to the citrus family and has high levels of Vitamin C.
Wheat, salt and water is used to make a particular Indian bread which is eaten along with many dishes.
These ingredients are kneaded first and then rolled into circles and heated over a slow fire.
Many other breads are inspired by this.
What are we talking about?
This body-building food is made from milk. It provides strength to bones and teeth.
Paneer is a type of this food.
It is depicted as the favourite food of a rodent, which is not true.
Another name for Paneer is ______.
Compared to the first man on the planet, today we eat a lot more.
Our food is cooked and most of it is processed.
There is a lot of sugar and fat in our food, this gives us more energy than we need.
So much consumption of food directly causes a problem to almost half the humans on earth.
What problem is this?
A common problem among most American children