Vad Kan Du Om Glass?

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Vad Kan Du Om Glass? - Quiz

Blir en glassmästare - svara på tio glassiga frågor.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Ordet glass kommer från franskan glace, vad betyder det?

    • A.

      Grädde

    • B.

      Kyla

    • C.

      Vispad

    • D.

      Is

    Correct Answer
    D. Is
    Explanation
    The word "glass" comes from the French word "glace," which means "ice." This suggests that the correct answer is "Is," as it directly translates to ice in English.

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  • 2. 

    Vad har Storbritanniens förra premiärminister Margaret Thatcher med glass att göra?

    • A.

      Hon var en av de forskare som tog fram den moderna mjukglassen

    • B.

      Hon kallades för "The ice-cream lady" (glass-kvinnan)

    • C.

      Hon förbjöd all försäljning av mjukglass i Storbritannien efter ett utbrott av salmonella

    • D.

      Hon har fått en smakkombination av glass uppkallad efter sig: jordgubb, päron och vanilj

    Correct Answer
    A. Hon var en av de forskare som tog fram den moderna mjukglassen
  • 3. 

    När lanserades isglassen piggelin?

    • A.

      1952

    • B.

      1962

    • C.

      1972

    • D.

      1982

    Correct Answer
    C. 1972
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 1972. This indicates that the ice cream popsicle called Piggelin was launched in 1972.

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  • 4. 

    GB-glassen Calippo hette tidigare något annat, vad då?

    • A.

      Pop-Up

    • B.

      Igloo

    • C.

      Caribic

    • D.

      Be-bop

    Correct Answer
    A. Pop-Up
    Explanation
    GB-glassen Calippo hette tidigare Pop-Up.

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  • 5. 

    Vilket av följande namn har GB-glassen Päronsplitt inte haft?

    • A.

      Wild west

    • B.

      Päronpinne

    • C.

      Päran

    Correct Answer
    C. Päran
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Päran." This suggests that the GB ice cream flavor "Päronsplitt" has had the names "Wild West" and "Päronpinne" at some point, but it has never been called "Päran."

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  • 6. 

    Vad betyder Häagen-Dazs?

    • A.

      Det är ett schweiziskt släktnamn

    • B.

      Det är estniska och betyder Höga dalen

    • C.

      Det är schweiziskt och betyder ankfötter

    • D.

      Det är påhittat för att låta europeiskt

    Correct Answer
    D. Det är påhittat för att låta europeiskt
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Det är påhittat för att låta europeiskt". This means that "Häagen-Dazs" is a made-up name that is intended to sound European. It is not a Swiss surname, Estonian for "Höga dalen" (High Valley), or Swiss for "ankfötter" (duck feet). The name was created by the founders of the ice cream brand to give it a sophisticated and European image.

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  • 7. 

    Vad heter lakritsglassen på pinne från Engelholms Glass?

    • A.

      Lakritspuck

    • B.

      Sotar'n

    • C.

      Salmiakki

    • D.

      Black Fire

    Correct Answer
    B. Sotar'n
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Sotar'n". This answer is correct because "Sotar'n" is the name of the lakritsglass på pinne (licorice ice cream on a stick) from Engelholms Glass.

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  • 8. 

    I USA kallas det för "float", vad är det?

    • A.

      Glass i öl

    • B.

      Glass i mjölk

    • C.

      Glass i läsk

    • D.

      Glass i mycket chokladsås

    Correct Answer
    C. Glass i läsk
    Explanation
    In the USA, "float" refers to a dessert made by adding a scoop of ice cream to a glass of carbonated beverage, typically soda. This combination creates a fizzy and creamy treat, with the ice cream "floating" on top of the soda.

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  • 9. 

    Vad är en så kallad "brain freeze"?

    • A.

      En glassdessert med gräddglass, mjukglass och sorbet

    • B.

      Plötslig huvudvärk efter att ha ätit glass

    • C.

      Ett begrepp för glassmarknadens reklam riktad mot barn

    • D.

      Krossad is mixad med saft som serveras i pappkopp med sugrör

    Correct Answer
    B. Plötslig huvudvärk efter att ha ätit glass
    Explanation
    "Brain freeze" is a sudden headache that occurs after eating ice cream. This phenomenon is caused by the rapid cooling of the palate due to the cold temperature of the ice cream. When the cold food comes into contact with the roof of the mouth, it can cause the blood vessels in that area to constrict and then rapidly dilate, leading to a headache. This sensation typically lasts for a short period of time and can be relieved by warming up the palate or drinking a warm liquid.

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  • 10. 

    Vad heter GB-gubben?

    • A.

      Clovve

    • B.

      Tom

    • C.

      Calvin

    • D.

      Ben

    Correct Answer
    A. Clovve
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Clovve because "Vad heter GB-gubben?" is Swedish for "What is the name of the GB man?" GB is an ice cream brand in Sweden, and the GB-gubben is the mascot of the brand. Therefore, Clovve is the correct answer as it is the name of the GB-gubben.

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