Quiz: The Ultimate Noodles Quiz
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The Ultimate Noodles Quiz
By: Jacqueline Samaroo
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About This Quiz

It's oodles of noodles! Get ready for a mouthwatering experience which is sure to leave your taste buds begging for more!

Noodles are an integral part of the cuisine of many cultures around the world. They can be found as the pasta varieties of Italy, the dumplings of Central Europe and the stringy rice noodles of Asia. 

While they are frequently made with wheat or rice, there are other types of noodles, such as those made from barley or potato. What remains constant, however, is the fact that noodles just seem to go well with almost anything, which probably explains their enduring popularity.

Many noodles are named for their shapes, and those shapes are often as practical as they are intriguing. They include cylinders, spirals and ribbons, as well as intricate twists and curls. There are even those which take their names from body parts - a few of which should immediately spring to mind. Can you name them if you see them? Jump into the quiz and see how you do!

We all love to eat them, but not everyone takes time to really get to know them. If you are a true noodle connoisseur, are you ready to test your noodle against this really neat noodle quiz? Get started, now!

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