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A. American households purchase pickles every _ _ days.
B. More than _ _ percent of all households eat pickles.
C. Americans consume more than _ pounds of pickles per person annually.
D. Pickles are fat free and low in calories. An average-size dill contains only _ _ calories.
E. Approximately 100,000 to 1 _ _ ,000 acres are devoted to growing pickling cucumbers in the United States.
F. They are grown in more than _ _ states, with the biggest producers being California, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, North and South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin.
G. On his voyage in 14 _ _ , Columbus not only discovered America, but gave peppers their name. In search of black pepper from the Orient, he assumed the spicy pods used to flavor foods in America were a form of black pepper and mistakenly called them "pimiento," or pepper. Actually, the plants are not related at all.
H. Pickle Packers International has its own official limerick and theme song - the Pickle Polka. The pickle got its name in the _ _ 00's when English speaking people mispronounced William Beukelz' name - he was a Dutch fisherman known for pickling fish.
I. Good pickles have an audible crunch at _ _ paces. This can be measured at "crunch-off" using the "scientific" device known as the Audible Crunch Meter. Pickles that can be heard at only one pace are known as denture dills.
J. During WWII the U.S. Government tagged _ _ percent of all pickle production for the ration kits of the armed forces.
Courtesy of Ilovepickles.org
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