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What is the difference between Juice and Syrup?

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G. Tanaka

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G. Tanaka
G. Tanaka, Dentist, MDS, Liverpool

Answered Oct 13, 2020

Juice and Syrup are words that are interchangeable and are quite confusing. The juice is a liquid of fruits and vegetables; the word juice is derived from ‘jus’ while the syrup is the sweet sauce made from dissolving sugar in boiling water, which is used for preserving fruits. The juice is a natural pulp while the syrup is made from sugar.

The juice is made of natural sugar, while the syrup is added sugars or sweeteners. Juice contains natural nutrients and ingredients, while syrup does not contain nutrients in its purest form. Juice does not contain preservatives, while syrup contains preservatives.

The syrup has a longer shelf life than juice. The syrup is not advisable for daily consumption as the sugar level is really high. The syrup can also be referred to as a processed form of fruit.

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C. Perez

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C. Perez, Writer, Writer, Cleveland

Answered Oct 13, 2020

Juice and syrup are two different things, though they are liquids. Both words are not related in any way, meaning they can't be used interchangeably. Juice simply refers to a liquid from a plant, especially fruit. This liquid is usually extracted from the fruit through different kinds of processes.

For instance, you can easily extract the juice from orange by squeezing it. On the other hand, syrups are thicker liquids compared to juices and are even more viscous compared to the latter. The extracted liquid from fruits comes naturally, whereas syrups are artificially prepared by adding dissolved sugar to other liquids.

However, in some cases, syrups can be prepared by adding two or more juices together. The extracted liquid from fruits is naturally sweet. In contrast, you will need to dissolve sugar in a mixture when making syrup. However, there are some syrups that are made without the regular sugar, instead of substitutes like sorbitol and glycerol are being used.

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M. Porter, Senior Executive, Master of Art, San Jose

Answered Oct 12, 2020

Juice is a drink. It can come from many different things, including fruit and vegetables. It can either be natural or be full of artificial flavors, such as sugar. Syrup is used as a condiment. It can be used on bread, waffles, or as a cake topping.

They derive from many instances like maple trees, sugar cane, or even corn. To make syrup, you would melt the sugar from one of more of those items, and boil it. Between the two, juice is made from more natural ingredients.

For example, you can make orange juice from juicing oranges and drink it like that. While syrup is more processed.

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O.Olivia

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Answered Feb 17, 2020

The juice comes from fruits or vegetables, and it is derived from the pulp, which is the soft, fibrous mass of material that comes from the vegetables or fruit. Juices are basically natural pulp in liquid form, and most fruits are naturally sweet. One significant difference between juice and syrup is that juice is produced from the fruit, while the syrup is the sugared version of the liquid form of preserved fruit.

Syrup, as a substance, is made from melting sugar in boiling water, and it comes from a sugar-rich plant like corn, sugar cane, and maple trees. Juice: however, it is not a processed form of fruit; fruit is prepared from natural ingredients, while the syrup is not.

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