Manufacturers, retailers, cooks and dictionary writers differ in their opinions on this question, but most people would accept the following:
A frying pan has sloping sides and is usually sold without a lid. The sloping sides help to prevent a build-up of steam in the pan.
A sauté pan generally has a lid and more-or-less vertical sides,
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Often there’s no difference between these words. But good dictionaries point to some subtle differences. For example, we can’t use use ‘sort’ or ‘kind’ after a noun in a sentence like: ‘What is your blood type?’ Read more >>>
Poisonous (adjective) describes any substance, natural or manufactured, that is harmful or deadly to living cells, even in small quantities. Toxic (adjective) refers to poison that is produced naturally by living things, but people often use ‘toxic’ to describe any substance that is harmful or not good for you e.g. ‘toxic fumes’. This is very … Continue reading Poisonous and Toxic Read more >>>