Answer: Vitamin C
More information: Scurvy amongst sailors was due to vitamin C deficiency caused by fruits and vegetables not being able to survive long sea journeys.
More information: Bacchus, better known by his other name Dionysus, was the Ancient Roman god of wine.
Answer: Three Big Beefs
More information: Sandai Wagyu are "the three big beefs" - Matsusaka, Ōmi and the most-famous of all, Kobe.
More information: Bagels are of Jewish origin and are especially popular in places such as New York City where they have prominent communities.
More information: These days vampires allergy to garlic is more or less a TV trope, but in Romania people used to actually place garlic in the mouths of carcasses of suspected vampires.
More information: Pecans originate from hickory trees native to Mexico and the United States.
Answer: Human Hair
More information: L-cysteine is found in the human body and is derived from human hair (as well as duck feathers) when used in bread.
More information: The most-popular version of hash browns are breaded patties made up of shredded potatoes.
More information: Mcdonald's was founded on April 15th, 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois.