Mayo Vs. Ketchup (What’s the difference?)

bowl of mayo on the left and ketchup on the right to show the difference

Mayo and ketchup are two very different condiments, but they’re both top of the list as the most popular sauces in various countries worldwide. Sauces as a topping or dip can add extra calories, fat, and sugar to our diets, so if you’re trying to … Go to page

Hummus Vs. Peanut Butter (Which is Best?)

pot of hummus on left and jar of peanut butter on right to show difference

Hummus (or houmous, depending on how you want to spell it) are both highly popular snack and dip options that are both known for certain health benefits, but is one better than the other? In this article, I’ll be comparing hummus and peanut butter head-to-head … Go to page

Raw Carrots Vs. Cooked (What’s the Difference?)

We’re often told that raw vegetables are the healthiest option because they retain more nutrients than those which have been cooked. However, not everyone likes the texture of raw vegetables, especially carrots, which can be tougher to eat, so they opt for cooked instead, but … Go to page

Frosted Mini-Wheats Vs. Cheerios (Which is Best?)

Frosted Mini-Wheats on the left and Cheerios on the right to show the difference between the two

When you’re choosing a breakfast cereal, it’s only natural that you’re going to want it to taste good while being as healthy as possible. Breakfast cereal manufacturers often use phrases such as high-fiber and heart-healthy to promote their products but aren’t always as good as … Go to page

Smarties Vs. M&M’s (What’s the Difference?)

Smarties on the left and M&Ms on the right to show the difference between the two

Smarties and the chocolate version of M&M’s look pretty similar, and you can be forgiven for thinking they’re almost the same with their colorful crispy sugar shells and chocolate centers. Still, there are some subtle differences that separate one from the other. In this article, … Go to page

Canned Asparagus Vs. Fresh (Which is Best)

Vegetables like asparagus have a limited growing season, so they are not always available unless imported from other countries. One way around this problem is by using canned or jarred asparagus, which is available on our grocery store shelves all year round but is it … Go to page