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Liquorice vs Porridge - What's the difference?

liquorice | porridge |


As nouns the difference between liquorice and porridge

is that liquorice is (countable) a leguminous plant, glycyrrhiza glabra , from which a sweet black liquor is extracted and used as a confection or candy and in medicine while porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

Porridge vs Custard - What's the difference?

porridge | custard |


As nouns the difference between porridge and custard

is that porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley while custard is (uncountable) a type of sauce made from milk and eggs (and usually sugar, and sometimes vanilla or other flavourings) and thickened by heat, served hot poured over desserts, as a filling for some pies and cakes, or cold and solidified; also used as a base for some savoury dishes, such as quiches.

Porridge vs Sand - What's the difference?

porridge | sand |


As a noun porridge

is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

As a verb sand is

.

Porridge vs Null - What's the difference?

porridge | null |


As nouns the difference between porridge and null

is that porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley while null is zero, nil; the cardinal number before einn.

Porridge vs Chowder - What's the difference?

porridge | chowder |


As nouns the difference between porridge and chowder

is that porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley while chowder is a thick, creamy soup or stew.

Portage vs Porridge - What's the difference?

portage | porridge |


As nouns the difference between portage and porridge

is that portage is an act of carrying, especially the carrying of a boat overland between two waterways while porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

As a verb portage

is (nautical) to carry a boat overland.

Risotto vs Porridge - What's the difference?

risotto | porridge |


As nouns the difference between risotto and porridge

is that risotto is (countable) an italian savoury dish made with rice and other ingredients while porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

Porridge vs Grits - What's the difference?

porridge | grits |


As nouns the difference between porridge and grits

is that porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley while grits is .

As a proper noun grits is

(canada) the.

Gross vs Porridge - What's the difference?

gross | porridge |


As a proper noun gross

is .

As a noun porridge is

a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

Hotpot vs Porridge - What's the difference?

hotpot | porridge |


As nouns the difference between hotpot and porridge

is that hotpot is while porridge is a type of thick soup or stew, especially thickened with barley.

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