Food comparisons are like opening up a cookbook full of “this or that” choices. These choices, often deceptively similar, can significantly impact your dish.
On this page, you’ll find guides detailing the differences between frequently compared foods. Whether you’re taking your first steps in the kitchen or you’re the family’s head cook, these guides will be helpful to you.
Oils, Dairy, & Sugars
Have you ever stood in the grocery aisle, wondering whether to grab canola oil or vegetable oil? Or pondered the difference between sugars for baking? These guides break down the basics, so whether you’re whipping up a cake or dressing a salad, you’ll know exactly what to reach for.
- Almond Butter vs. Peanut Butter
- Canola Oil vs. Vegetable Oil
- Cheese vs. Butter
- Light vs. Dark Brown Sugar
Broths, Meats, & More
Whether you’re slow-cooking a roast or simmering a soup, these guides ensure you have just the right ingredients for that perfect flavor and tenderness.
- Chicken Stock vs. Chicken Broth
- Pork Belly vs. Bacon
- Shoulder Roast vs. Chuck Roast
- Side Pork vs. Pork Belly
- Salami vs. Pepperoni
Flavors Of The World
Now, this is where we bring a dash of global cuisine right to your doorstep. Some of them might sound like just menu options, but there’s a world of difference in taste and preparation. These guides are like your passport to understanding these delicious dishes.
Peppers, Seasonings, & Salsas
Our guides in this section are like your personal spice rack, helping you to choose the perfect additions to your dishes. Whether you’re spicing up a snack or adding zest to a feast, we have the insights to make your meals sing with flavor.