10 most difficult cuisine riddles A list of cuisine related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Cuisine quiz Which of the following has the fattest milk?Sheep milk is 9% fat. Cow, goat and human - approx. 4%hard 40% sheepsheep40%cowcow12%goatgoat26%humanhuman21%Created by: Sara Amoncio. Statistics based on 11405 answers in 4 languages »milk riddles » Which substance is the most bitter?Denatonium benzoate. Denatonium, usually available as denatonium benzoate and as denatonium saccharide, is the most bitter chemical compound known, with bitterness thresholds of 0.05 ppm for the benzoate and 0.01 ppm for the saccharide.hard 40% salicinsalicin11%absintheabsinthe31%denatonium benzoatedenatonium benzoate40%benzoic acidbenzoic acid16%Created by: Bartosz. Statistics based on 2363 answers in 4 languages »chemistry riddles » Where is emmentaler from?Switzerland. Emmentaler originated in the area around Emmental, a region by the Emme river in Switzerland, forming part of the canton of Bern. The cheese has characteristic large holes. Historically, the holes were a sign of imperfection (the cheese was 'lacking substance' inside), and until modern times, cheese makers would try to avoid themhard 43% BelgiumBelgium9%SwitzerlandSwitzerland43%NetherlandsNetherlands43%GermanyGermany4%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 7318 answers in 2 languages »Switzerland riddles » What is British Marmite or Australian Vegemite made of?Yeast. Marmite and Vegemite are traditionally eaten as a savory spread on bread or toast. The product is made of brewer's used yeast, which would be thrown away otherwise. The product sales boosted after the discovery that it is a rich source of the vitamin B complex. During the First World War, British troops were issued with Marmite as part of their rations.hard 47% oniononion14%fishfish11%yeastyeast47%chestnutchestnut26%Created by: life-o-holic. Statistics based on 9762 answers in 2 languages »food riddles » Which cooking fat has the lowest smoking point?Butter. The smoking point of butter is 150 °C (302 °F). It is 190 °C (374 °F) for lard, 191-238°C (375-460°F) for olive oil and 227°C (440°F) for sunflower oil. hard 47% sunflower oilsunflower oil11%olive oilolive oil21%lardlard19%butterbutter47%Created by: Hitter smasher. Statistics based on 13521 answers in 2 languages »chemistry riddles » Which fish has meat with ammonia smell?Sharks are very primitive and they lack a urinary system. Instead sharks carry urea in their blood and excrete it through their flesh by osmosis. After a shark dies, its urea turns to ammonia, which can permeate the flesh.hard 54% tunatuna14%catfishcatfish10%eeleel19%sharkshark54%Created by: Debbie Fox. Statistics based on 12888 answers in 2 languages »fish riddles » What kind of lobster is red when fully grown up?None. The normal coloration of lobster is dark bluish green to greenish brown, redder on the body and claws, and greener on the legs. An estimated one in 2 million lobsters are blue. All of them turn red after cooking.hard 55% American lobsterAmerican lobster20%European lobsterEuropean lobster14%Norway lobster (scampi)Norway lobster (scampi)9%nonenone55%Created by: Hitter smasher. Statistics based on 18300 answers in 2 languages »sea animals riddles » Which part of the plant are capers?Flower buds. The salted and pickled caper bud is often used in Mediterranean cuisine. Less often, the mature fruit of the caper shrub are also used, marketed as caper berries.hard 56% seedsseeds17%berriesberries11%flower budsflower buds56%bulbsbulbs14%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 11722 answers in 2 languages »flowers riddles » What kind of material is this cooktop made of?Glass-ceramic materials share many properties with both non-crystalline glass and crystalline ceramics. The negative thermal expansion of the crystalline ceramic phase can be balanced with the positive expansion of the glassy phase. At a certain point (~70% crystalline) the glass-ceramic has a net expansion near zero and can sustain repeated and quick temperature changes up to 1000 °C.average 61% glassglass8%ceramicceramic26%metalmetal3%glass-ceramicglass-ceramic61%Created by: Bob Stanley. Statistics based on 16087 answers in 2 languages »glass riddles » What is inside Swiss cheese holes?Carbon dioxide is produced by bacteria feeding on the lactic acid. In the Middle Ages, the holes were considered a sign of imperfection and cheese makers would try to avoid them.average 62% nitrogennitrogen8%carbon dioxidecarbon dioxide62%water vaporwater vapor3%airair25%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 23475 answers in 2 languages »hard simple questions riddles » Play cuisine quiz and see all the questions.