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Think you know your fruits and veggies? Take our quiz!

Various kinds of fruits and vegetables are pictured during the agricultural fair 'International Green Week 2013' in Berlin, Germany, Jan. 18. (Michael Sohn/AP)

Just because you eat an apple a day doesn't mean you know your fruit and veggie facts. Can you tell a parsnip from a turnip? Do you know the national fruit of the United States? What's a winter banana?

Put your years of practice in the produce section to the test, with our fruit and veggie quiz.

- Contributor, Staff writer

1. What is a “hand” of bananas?

A hand of bananas is a cluster of 10-20, the individual bananas are known as fingers.

A hand of bananas is a cluster of 10-20, the individual bananas are known as fingers.

A hand of bananas is a cluster of 10-20, the individual bananas are known as fingers.

A hand of bananas is a cluster of 10-20, the individual bananas are known as fingers.

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The number of bananas a farm worker can pick in one handful

 

A bushel of bananas

 

A cluster of bananas

 

5 bananas

 
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