Is ketchup a smoothie?
Ketchup is cooked, unlike most smoothies. And ketchup has substantial amounts of vinegar, not generally a smoothie ingredient, and sugar, which is usually very limited in fruit smoothies. All of that leads to a very strongly flavored product which is consumed in condiment quantities, not beverage quantities.
What is considered a smoothie?
A smoothie is a thick and creamy beverage made from pureed raw fruit, vegetables, and sometimes dairy products (e.g. milk, yogurt, ice-cream or cottage cheese), typically using a blender.
Do smoothies have milk in it?
Start your smoothie with two mugfuls of a liquid base. This can be milk, or a dairy-free alternative such as soya or almond milk, natural or flavoured yogurt, fruit juice, or for a tropical flavoured smoothie, low-fat coconut milk or coconut water.
What’s the difference between a shake and a malt?
A milkshake—as we know it—is a glass of blended ice cream, milk, and other mix-ins or flavorings. (A malt or malted milkshake is simply a special kind of milkshake that includes the addition of malted milk powder.)
What’s the difference between juicing and blending?
The difference between juicing and blending is what's left out of the process. With juicing, you're essentially removing all fibrous materials, leaving only the liquid of the fruits and vegetables. With blending, you get it all — the pulp and fiber that bulks up the produce.