WAEC GCE Food and Nutrition Questions 2021 and Answers Update

Filed in Education by on February 18, 2021

WAEC GCE Food and Nutrition Questions 2021: Expo questions and answers are now available for the 2021 WAEC GCE Food and Nutrition examination. In this article, I will be showing you past WAEC GCE Food and Nutrition random repeated questions for free. All you need to do is to stay focus and follow this guide. Read on…

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is an examination board that conducts the West African Senior School Certificate Examination, for University and Jamb entry examination in West Africa countries. In a year, over three million candidates registered for the exams coordinated by WAEC.

Common WAEC GCE Food and Nutrition Questions and Answer

Below are WAEC GCE sample questions and answers:

1a) A legume is a plant of its fruit or seed in the family fabaceae. They fruit containing a shed or a pod.

1b) bean: kidney beans

•legumes are rich in protein
Legume provide fiber for heart and digestive health
•Legumes help you manage your weight
•Legumes is easy to add to your diet

•baked beans
•Soya milk
•Pea butter

1. Long term storage of fresh produce (12months+) without needing a refrigerator or freezer.
2. Environmentally friendly – using seasonally grown and locally sourced fresh produce, re-use preserving jars, reducing food packaging and reducing food miles.
3. Save money by buying in bulk and seasonally.
4. Flavour! Home canned food won’t contain artificial preservatives, BPA or other artificial ingredients.
5. Convenience – ready to serve in minutes.
6. Community involvement – both the canning process and sharing with family, friends and neighbours. Teach skills to the next generation.
7. Gifts – nothing beats a homemade jam for a present?
8. Prepare for emergencies and/or illness.
9. Personal satisfaction. We love creating new flavour combinations that you cannot buy in your local store – and showing how to use canned food in cooking dishes

example Fish
example tomatoes

•Prevention or delay of microbial
• By keeping out microorganisms (asepsis)
• By removal of microorganisms
• By hindering the growth and activity of microorganisms (e.g. by low temperatures, drying, anaerobic conditions, or chemicals).
• By killing the microorganisms (e.g. by heat or radiation).

DISCLAIMER! These are not real WAEC GCE questions but likely repeated questions over the years to help candidate understand the nature of their examinations. Ensure to take note of every questions provided on this page.

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