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Quiz: Let's talk turkey about which states produce the most Thanksgiving foods

MSN India 11/26/2020

a close up of a bird: Broerman Farms, near Fredericktown, Ohio, has around 1,000 turkeys that they raise, process and sell every year, Wednesday, November 11, 2020. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
© Courtney Hergesheimer/Columbus Dispatch Broerman Farms, near Fredericktown, Ohio, has around 1,000 turkeys that they raise, process and sell every year, Wednesday, November 11, 2020.

Game on.

Life & Arts’ annual Thanksgiving brain-twister is back with a quiz to test your food knowledge. Let’s see if you know which states deserve the most thanks for turkeys, cranberries, pumpkins, pecans, potatoes and other holiday foods. Along the way you will also learn where some non-Thanksgiving fare originated.

We’re confident that even if you don’t get them all right, you’ll still be admitted to the Thanksgiving table. This is a fun quiz, not an SAT test. If you can't see the quiz, go here. 

To see the answers, click or tap "View score" after submitting answers, or scroll to the bottom of this article.

Here are the answers to the Thanksgiving quiz: 

1.     Minnesota

2.     Wisconsin

3.     Illinois

4.     New Mexico

5.     California

6.     Wisconsin

7.     Washington

8.     North Carolina

9.     Kansas

10.   California (No. 1) and Arizona (No. 2)

This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Quiz: Let's talk turkey about which states produce the most Thanksgiving foods

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