What is the difference between fresh and processed food?

Answer Fresh is in its natural state so like a piece of fruit or vegetable. Processed is like making it into some like using some flour to make bread. Highly processed is taking a combination of ingredien... Read More »

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What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance?

FOOD ALLERGY: A disorder of the immune system. This involves your body being hypersensitive to a particular substance/chemical found in particular foods. When a person consumes a substance they are... Read More »

What is the difference between a food pantry&a food bank?

Food banks and food pantries help provide sustenance to those who do not have the means on their own. Though they both work toward the same goal, there are differences in their functions and scope.... Read More »

In USA, what do you mean by saying "Fresh Food, Fresh Meat, Fresh vegetables"?

Fresh usually denotes 'unprocessed food that hasn't been around long enough to have turned bad. Even "fresh from the vine' doesn't mean it was picked that day. On the contrary, Americans statistica... Read More »

What is the difference between Southern and Northern US food?

im a southern cook, so i can help you out with that more than northern. southern got a lot of its staples from native americans and africans. There are many staple dishes that came from people li... Read More »