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Tamari vs Soy Sauce   If you are a lover of Chinese food, you must have seen a bottle of brown liquid placed as a condiment on every table and also seen people sprinkling this sauce generously over all sorts of Chinese dishes. This brown liquid is, in fact, soy sauce that has its origins in China and has... 
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Caviar vs Roe   Roe is seafood and is the lump of eggs of fish, urchin, scallop or shrimp. It is considered a delicacy and served after deep frying or grilling. Roe dish is considered to be a rich source of omega 3 fatty acids. There is another word used in the menu card of restaurants serving seafood that... 
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Tequila vs Mezcal   Tequila and Mezcal are two different kinds of liquors from Mexico. However, because juice of agave plants is used in making both Tequila as well as Mezcal, people remain confused between these two products. Agave is not a cactus and belongs to the family of lily. It is spiky and leafed... 
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Quiche vs Frittata   Quiche and Frittata are two delicious dishes made using eggs though there are many more ingredients used in them. They are very popular because of the ease with which they can be prepared and also because they take relatively less time than traditional meals. It is hard to classify them... 
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Ice Cream vs Custard   We all love desserts made of dairy products and kids are especially crazy about them. Ice Cream is the most popular of all desserts and of the total sales of desserts, ice cream amounts to 87% of them all. Others like gelato, frozen custard, and frozen yoghurt also sell in small quantities,... 
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Basmati vs Jasmine Rice   When we talk about aromatic varieties of rice around the world, Basmati rice comes first to mind. It has a typical fragrance and flavor that makes people crazy about this type of rice. The good thing about Basmati rice is its long grains, which make it look beautiful also. However,... 
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Hoagie vs Sub   It is hard to find a food item having so many different names inside a single country than a sandwich with meat filling in US. These names reflect the area of the country from where they come. Sandwiches are known as Grinders in New England, Po Boys in New Orleans, Subs in NY and California,... 
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Bagel vs Doughnut   Bagel and doughnut are two breakfast food items that look very similar because of a hole that goes right through them. They do not have the same taste yet, many people are fooled into thinking that they ate doughnut when they had bagel. Despite similarities in appearance, there are differences... 
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Baby Spinach vs Spinach   If you have ever watched Popeye the sailor man, you must have seen the amazing effect of spinach on Popeye’s muscle power and strength. Spinach really deserves to be labeled a super food because of its contents that work wonders on our bodies. Spinach is a green, leafy vegetable... 
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Fish Oil vs Krill Oil   Both fish oil and krill oil provide extra strength to the health of people due to the presence of many important constituents. Despite the fact that both include fatty acids and some antioxidants, the effectiveness is different in the two types of oils. This article summarises the... 
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Duck vs Chicken Eggs   People often wonder about the better egg when they have the choice to select between chicken laid and duck laid eggs. Simply, the understanding about the difference between these two types of eggs would provide a better platform for them to take the best choice. In general, usage of... 
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Brandy vs Whiskey   For a teetotaler, there is no difference between brandy and whiskey. This is because, to him, both are just alcoholic beverages meant to stimulate his brain and intoxicate him. However, to categorize brandy and whiskey as same would be injustice to not just the connoisseurs, but also to... 
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Wax Paper vs Parchment Paper   Wax paper and parchment papers are widely used in preparations of food items, especially bakery items. There are advantages as well as disadvantages of both that decide the use of either in baking food items. This article attempts to highlight the differences between a wax paper... 
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Red Grapes vs Green Grapes   Grapes are not climacteric fruits. They are a type of berry. The vines on which they grow are perennial and deciduous. Grapes belong to a genus of fruits known as Vitus. Grapes are an abundant fruit, and it can be found all over the world. Red grapes and green grapes belong to... 
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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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