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Difference Between Mint and Peppermint
Mint vs Peppermint   Mint is a common household name and is a well-loved flavour of both young and the old. However, confusion takes place when different types of mint are put into the picture. What is Mint? Mint, also known as Mentha, is a genus of plants belonging to the family Lamiaceae. While the number of... 
Difference Between Shallots and Onions
Shallots vs Onions   Most recipes require very specific directions as well as precision in ingredients. This is exactly why, although onions and shallots are from the same allium family, they cannot be used interchangeably in cooking. However, because of the very similar appearance of the two, they often tend to... 
Difference Between Parsley and Coriander
Parsley vs Coriander   Two very essential herbs in the culinary world, parsley and coriander both belong to the Apaceae family. They are both commonly used for cooking and garnishing purposes and resemble each other to a certain extent with regards to appearance as well as taste. However, differences become evident... 
Difference Between Plum and Prune
Plum vs Prune   A means of preserving the excessive harvest of a variety of crops, drying is a technique that has been used from time immemorial to prevent the wastage of food. Fruits are an easily perishable food type for which the drying method is used more popularly since taking out the moisture out of food... 
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Navy Blue Royal Blue vs Cobalt Blue   Blue is one color that has been a favorite of millions of people around the world. This is because it is a very soothing color and also because it reminds us of the skies and the oceans, both of which reflect blue colors to appear to us different hues of the color blue.... 
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Sarsaparilla vs Root Beer   Sarsaparilla and root beer are two similar beverages consumed in different parts of the world. They look and taste similar, and many believe root beer to be just another name of sarsaparilla. However, despite similarities in smell and flavor, there are differences between sarsaparilla... 
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Pita vs Naan   Bread is a staple food in many parts of the world. It is an ancient foodstuff discovered when man learnt that wheat powder, when mixed with water and heated, could give rise to a stuff that could be eaten directly. There are many different types of breads with Naan being a variety of leavened flatbread... 
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Rubbed Sage vs Ground Sage   Sage is a plant, rather herb that is used as a spice in many recipes in the kitchen, particularly poultry recipes. In fact, it is the dried leaves of the plant that are called sage. This is a spice that is used in many European, particularly Italian and Greek cuisines. There are... 
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Sacred vs Holy   Sacred, holy, divine, hallow are terms that are mostly used in terms of things and concepts that are not ordinary but connected with God or godly things. Thus, we have holy bible and sacred texts or scriptures. However, there are many similarities and overlap between holy and sacred prompting... 
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Rye, Bourbon vs Irish Whiskey   Whiskey is a popular alcoholic beverage made from grain rather than fruits. It has been known to mankind since ancient times and consumed by many, to feel lighter and intoxicated. Whiskey is made through fermentation, distillation, and aging of many different types of grain such... 
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Rye Whiskey vs Whiskey   Whiskey is one alcoholic beverage that is very popular in all parts of the world. It is made by fermentation and distillation of different types of grain such as malt, barley, rye, and even corn and wheat. There are different kinds of whiskeys available in the market with one particular... 
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Tapioca Starch vs Cornstarch   There are many different types of thickeners use to thicken recipes like soups, sauces, puddings, pie fillings etc. Tapioca starch and cornstarch are two of the common starches that are used for thickening of food items. Despite used for the same purpose of thickening of food... 
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Maize Flour vs Corn Flour   There are many different words used for finely ground powder obtained from the ears of the corn plant. What is called corn flour in UK becomes cornstarch inside US. Cornmeal is the name given to maize flour in US which is a thicker variety of flour obtained from maize seeds. The... 
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Airlines vs Airways   Have you ever noticed why some of the air transport companies carrying passengers or freight are called airlines while some other ones prefer to be called airways? No one pays any attention to the suffix that is used by the company, and you are happy as long as the company takes you... 
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Land Reform vs Agrarian Reform   Reform is a word that means to improve or rectify a present situation, political or social system, or even an institution. It is mostly a government or authority initiated improvement that aims to bring changes in the lives of its people. The word is inextricably associated with... 
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Agronomy vs Horticulture   Agriculture, farming, horticulture, agronomy, etc. are some of the words that are used to describe the process involved in preparing the land for raising and cultivating plants and crops. Of these, the two terms that are most confusing for laymen are agronomy and horticulture though many... 
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