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November 01 2018
QuarkXPress(R) 11.0r1, Lori Kennedy, Joyce Parslow
Bingo Questions and Answers
Under the letter B:
Cattle recycle what Food Waste product as feed?
A: Distillers grain, field stubble, potatoes, etc
Eating meat like beef with a vegetable that contains iron (like beans), will increase iron absorption from the beans by xx%?
A: by 150%
What do avocados and beef have in common?
A: half the fat is unsaturated fat - oleic acid, the same healthy fat that you find in avocados.
Name one benefit that comes from having cattle grazing
A: providing wildlife habitat, improving biodiversity, improving soil fertility, protecting native grasslands
Under the letter E:
TESA stands for what award
A: TESA stands for The Environmental Stewardship Award
Beef has xx% more vitamin B12 than chicken.
A: Beef has 600% more vitamin B12 than chicken.
Name one environmental group that is working to preserve cattle ranching/farming as a way to support conservation efforts.
A: Bird Studies Canada, Ducks Unlimited, Cows and Fish
Name one bird species at risk if the Prairie Grasslands are used for growing crops rather than grazing.
A: Burrowing Owl, Chestnut-collared Longspur
Under the second E:
Which has the higher Maximum Fat Content - Extra Lean Ground Beef or Extra Lean Ground Turkey?
A: they both have the same maximum fat content as defined by labelling law enforced by CFIA
What percentage of crops grown in Canada are used for feeding cattle?
What percentage of dietary fat in Canadian diets comes from red meat?
A: 7% of our dietary fat comes from fresh (i.e. unprocessed) red meat.
To get 35 g of protein, you will get 250 calories from Beef (100 grams cooked), how many calories from Almonds?
A: approx. 960 calories from almonds to get 35 g of protein (over 1 cup of almonds).
Under the letter F:
Name the one action we can do that is proven to reduce the environmental footprint of our food systems.
A: Eat less, waste less food, eat smaller portions, eat foods that are in season and so do not require as much packaging, processing and transportation to get to your table.
Out of the 21 meals available in a week, how many red-meat meals do Canadians consume on average?
A: 3 to 4 serving of red meat per week – so that’s like one lunch and 2 dinners for example. A serving is 100 grams cooked steak – it is about the size of your palm.
Transportation accounts for 28% of Canada’s GHG emissions. Raising cattle in Canada accounts for what percentage of GHG in Canada?
A: Raising cattle in Canada accounts for approx. 2.4% of the GHG emissions in Canada.
There are 2,000 chicken farms in Canada, how many beef cattle farms and ranches are there?
A: there are 60,000 beef farms, ranches and other beef operations in Canada. Raising beef supports rural communities in Canada in each and every province across the country.
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