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Garnish vs Condiment - What's the difference?

garnish | condiment |


As nouns the difference between garnish and condiment

is that garnish is a set of dishes, often pewter, containing a dozen pieces of several types while condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper.

As a verb garnish

is to decorate with ornamental appendages; to set off; to adorn; to embellish.

Gravy vs Condiment - What's the difference?

gravy | condiment |


As nouns the difference between gravy and condiment

is that gravy is (uncountable) a thick sauce made from the fat or juices that come out from meat or vegetables as they are being cooked while condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper.

Spunk vs Condiment - What's the difference?

spunk | condiment |


As nouns the difference between spunk and condiment

is that spunk is (countable|obsolete) a spark while condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper.

As a verb spunk

is (slang|vulgar) to ejaculate.

Garnishes vs Condiment - What's the difference?

garnishes | condiment |


As nouns the difference between garnishes and condiment

is that garnishes is while condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper.

As a verb garnishes

is (garnish).

Condiment vs Dressing - What's the difference?

condiment | dressing |


As nouns the difference between condiment and dressing

is that condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper while dressing is (medicine) material applied to a wound for protection or therapy.

As a verb dressing is

.

Condiment vs Extract - What's the difference?

condiment | extract |


As nouns the difference between condiment and extract

is that condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper while extract is that which is extracted or drawn out.

As a verb extract is

to draw out or forth; to pull out; to remove forcibly from a fixed position, as by traction or suction, etc.

Condiment vs Baste - What's the difference?

condiment | baste |


As nouns the difference between condiment and baste

is that condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper while baste is .

Condiment vs Contaminant - What's the difference?

condiment | contaminant |


As nouns the difference between condiment and contaminant

is that condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper while contaminant is that which contaminates; an impurity; foreign matter.

Season vs Condiment - What's the difference?

season | condiment |


As nouns the difference between season and condiment

is that season is each of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn and winter; yeartide while condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper.

As a verb season

is to flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.

Condiment vs Topping - What's the difference?

condiment | topping |


As nouns the difference between condiment and topping

is that condiment is something used to enhance the flavor of food; for example, salt or pepper while topping is any food item added on top of another, such as sprinkles on ice cream or pepperoni on pizza.

As a verb topping is

.

As an adjective topping is

(uk|informal|dated) wonderful.

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