Is there a formal difference between a barbecue sauce and a marinade? #nottherightseason #Iknow
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There is. A marinade is a seasoned liquid that meat, chicken, fish or vegetables are soaked in in order to absorb flavor, sometimes serving as a tenderizer. Barbeque sauce is meant for grilling or roasting meats and has a traditional set of ingredients
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