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Pancake vs Waffle Batter   When it comes to breakfast, there are lots of food items, but pancake and waffles take the cake as these recipes are most popular among American households. The recipes look very similar making people wonder if there is any difference in pancake and waffle batter. In fact, both... 
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Carob vs Chocolate   Carob is fast emerging as a healthier alternative for chocolate in many parts of the world though there are many who do not know about carob at all. Chocolate comes from coca powder, and carob is from a tropical plant, whose pulp is roasted and ground to produce powder that looks and... 
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Pizza Sauce vs Tomato Sauce   Millions of moms around the world make pizzas for kids at home very frequently. However, the kids reaction to using of tomato sauce as a topping or while making pizzas tells the whole story, as they love pizzas when they eat outside at Pizza Hut or any other pizza restaurant... 
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Garbanzo Beans vs Chickpeas   If you type garbanzo beans on Google, the results that it returns also include chickpeas, and in every informative site that talks about one of these two, the other name automatically gets mentioned. This confuses many, especially in the west, where this legume is making waves... 
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Cocoa vs Chocolate   All over the world, hot coca and hot chocolate are two of the most commonly consumed hot drinks. Moms make a hot coca or a hot chocolate for their kids, while millions of adults also have their nutritious hot chocolate or hot coca first thing in the morning to get their daily quota of... 
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Squash vs Pumpkin   Family cucurbitaceae is composed with several species including gourds, melons and squashes. Pumpkin, luffa, cucumber and bitter gourds are some of the well-known crops in this family. In this family: cucurbitaceae, most of the plants are annual vines whereas some shrubs, trees and lianas... 
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Roma vs Truss Tomatoes   Solanumlycopersicum is the scientific name for the common tomato, which comes under family: Solanaceae. It is consumed as a fruit or vegetable and can be eaten as raw or processed product. The varietal difference is very high in tomato due to the requirement of supplying high demand,... 
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Roma vs Plum Tomatoes   Tomato is scientifically referred as Solanum lycopersicu, and it comes under the family Solanaceae. It is consumed as a fruit or vegetable and can be eaten raw or as a processed product. Tomato has several beneficial health effects due to the presence of lycopene and several other... 
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Rice Vinegar vs Rice Wine Vinegar   Vinegar is a sour liquid used both as a condiment and preservative. It has traditionally been used in Chinese, Japanese, and many other cuisines around the world for centuries. The mere mention of vinegar brings to our mind a bottle containing red, black or white liquid... 
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Shredded vs Grated   Cooking is an art, and one has to learn subtle differences between different forms and shapes of food items to be ready with the appropriate one when making a recipe. There are recipes that call for shredded product while there are others that require grated food item. What is surprising... 
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Diet Soda vs Regular Soda   Men have long been using carbonated sparkling water to have alcoholic beverages, and even women and kids drink a soda pop when it is hot and feel thirsty. Americans are perhaps the most voracious drinkers of soda, consuming billions of cans of soda every year. Americans drink more... 
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Cheesecake vs New York Cheesecake   Cheesecake is a very popular dessert in many parts of the world though it is considered as custard in some places while a cake at other places. The recipe originated from ancient Greece and after the invasion of Greece by Romans became popular in many parts of the world.... 
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Stout vs Porter   Stout and Porter are two varieties of beer that have confused beer enthusiasts the world over for the last many decades, and no one seems to have an exact answer to this question. Both beer types are dark in color, and similar in taste prompting many to equate both beer types. But there... 
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Steak vs Beef   It is hard to imagine an average American person watching an NFL match in the stadium and not having his or her dose of delicious steaks. Beef is loved by many all over the world, and steak is a type of cut of meat, mostly from beef. This article intends to discuss the differences between... 
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Mineral Water vs Distilled Water   We humans cannot live without water just as it is impossible to live without air (read oxygen). With increasing pollution, it is the endeavor of everyone to consume pure water, or at least, does not harm him in any way. Water can be freed of its impurities through many means,... 
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Gelatin vs Pectin   Gelatin and pectin are thickening agents used commonly for making food products such as jam and jelly. In some recipes, these products assume great importance as they provide structure to the finished product. People eat many types of desserts such as chocolate mousse, jams and jellies... 
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