What's the difference between classical orange juice and regular orange juice?
I know I can google it. But wanted to ask my fellow Hubbers. )
Classical orange juice still has parts of the fruit in it. Regular orange juice is smooth and has been drained.
One contains oranges and the other contains oranges + other fruits. Just because it's orange doesn't mean it mainly contains oranges. Sunny D is proof of that. (I hate Sunny D.)
Also you should have just googled it. It would have been easier and quicker than writing out the question and finding a category. As someone who answers a lot of questions on this site it really bothers me when people ask things they could have just googled, or questions about hubpages that they could have just looked up in the FAQ or Learning Center. (Sorry for the rant.)
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