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Soya Chunks vs Soya Granules

Soya Chunks vs Soya Granules
Both soya chunks and soya granules are made from soy bean. They are also known as textured or texturized vegetable protein (TVP). The only difference between soya chunks and soya granules is that soya chunks...

Bisque vs Chowder

Bisque vs Chowder
Bisque is a French smooth, creamy, and highly seasoned soup. Bisque is mainly made from seafood, especially crustaceans, such as lobster, crab, shrimp or crayfish. Chowder, on the other hand, is a French...

Grilling vs Barbecuing vs Roasting

Grilling vs Barbecuing vs Roasting
Grilling, barbecuing and roasting are all very similar, which is why the confusion between the cooking methods arises. All of them require dry heat to be applied directly to the surface of food. Grilling is...

Frying Pan vs Sauté Pan

Frying Pan vs Sauté Pan
A Frying Pan is a pan that is optimized for frying, whereas a Sauté Pan is optimized for sautéing. A frying pan is a flat-bottomed pan used for frying, searing, and browning foods. A Sauté Pan or skillet is a...

Heavy Cream vs Whipping Cream

Heavy Cream vs Whipping Cream
Heavy cream or heavy whipping cream has a 36 to 40% fat percentage of butterfat. Whipping cream has a 30-36% percentage of butter fat and is lighter and fluffier.

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