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The difference is the person doing the naming. Seriously, you seem to be looking for clear cut categories where none exist. If one of the same person calls three different things a "lemon bread", "lemon loaf" and "lemon cake", you can typically expect that the "bread" will be somewhat less sweeter, less aromatic and less fine than the "pound cake". This is ...


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The question may be conflating two different things. First, let's be clear about what yogurt is: the word traditionally refers to a milk product produced by fermentation with some lactic acid bacteria strains. (The exact strains of bacteria may vary depending on the culture and method, though the word "yogurt" tends to be restricted to thermophilic ...


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Just to add to rumtscho's answer, there's no standard nomenclature. A similar item consisting of a cake-like thing baked in the shape of a loaf with a decent amount of sugar and eggs could be called any of the terms you use. On the other hand, I'd say there are some trends in the use of such terms: A pound cake traditionally refers to a cake made with ...


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If you've waited that long before needing a cup of lemon tea, I'm sure you can wait until you've had time to go to the shop for a new bottle ;) Bin it, don't risk it. The expiry date, btw is only for unopened. Once opened it will have a significantly shorter life - checking one from the fridge here it says "Once opened, keep refrigerated & use within 4 ...


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Boyajian lemon oil... Only use a few drops. Won't affect the recipe texture. Pure flavor. Probably find at Whole Foods, New Seasons, etc. My Costco has it also.


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