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 Difference between vine and wine?

Answer The vine is what produces the grapes to make wine.The grapes are removed from the vine, processed, fermented and given specific additives to create the wine.
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Is there any difference between Sweet Potato Vine - Batata - with heart-shaped leaves and purple to black skin and the vine from the edible tuberous root of the sweet potato?

Answer Probably not. I have included two web links to help you make sure. See the related links below. There is also a vine called Potato Vine which is a member of the Solanum family and it is toxi... Read More »
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What is the difference between red wine and white wine?

THEY LEAVE THE SKIN ON FOR RED WINE THEREFORE YOU GET A VERY INTENSE FLAVOUR. FOR THIS REASON RED WINE IS BETTER FOR YOU BECAUSE IT CONTAINS MORE ANTIOXIDANTS.....ALSO THEY USE DIFFERENT GRAPES AS... Read More »
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What is the difference between Red cooking wine and dry red wine?

IF you couldn't find dry red wine, you weren't in a liquor store worth shopping at. Cabernet works. Cooking wine has a load of salt in it, so cut whatever salt the recipe calls for.
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What is the difference between vine ripen and store bought?

Vine ripened means the fruit is left on the plant to mature, and often is used in reference to tomatoes. Most store-bought produce is harvested when it is still unripe due to distances to be travel... Read More »
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