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A staple food transplanted from Southeast Asia to the Mediterranean world as a result of the Islamic
Empire was
a. rice
b. wheat
c. yams
d. potatoes

i think b

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    I disagree. Wheat is not a staple food in Southeast Asia.

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    so rice

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    Yes.

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