Tuesday's Trivia Quiz

Jasdip

What was developed in the 1930's but didn't become readily available in grocery stores until the 90's? It was a food......seedless watermelon!

Today's question is

If you accidentally eat one of these, don't worry, they're made of food-grade materials. What are they?

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dedtired

Paste

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always_beezee

Plastic utensils

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LoneJack Zn 6a, KC

bugs

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Raye Smith

Birthday cake decorations

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georgysmom2

Dog biscuit. :-)))

I am not a fan of seedless watermelon. The seeded ones are so much tastier!

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whistle_b

The ID paper on produce

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nicole___

I'm guessing something made out of cellulose.........? I'll have to think about it.

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Jasdip

Georgysmom, I completely agree! I miss the 'real' watermelon with the big black seeds. Any watermelons I've bought this year, I've turned into a salad, or popsicles.

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Judy Good

the little white packet that comes in some things.


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hounds_x_two

Biodegradable packing peanuts

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Lars

a pair of panties

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rockypointdog

Haha haha Lars ! Lots of good answers today. Maybe the absorbent stuff they put in meat trays? Or the meat tray itself. I imagine anything that comes in contact with food has to be food safe material.

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bragu_DSM 5

hot pockets

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loonlakelaborcamp

Artificial fruit

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skibby (zone 4 Vermont)

The bag in a turkey that contains the giblets.

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