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Is there really any difference between flapjacks, hotcakes, and pancakes?!

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From; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flapjack Flapjacks. "In Canada, the United States, and South Africa, flapjack is another term for a thin pancake that is not only crispy, but slightly chewy as well. A largely defining attribute of a flapjack is its large diameter, commonly measuring 12" (30 cm) or more. A flapjack is typically made using a corn millet based batter as opposed to pancakes which use a flour based batter. The two are often confused and today are nearly synonymous." From; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotcake Hotcakes are the same as Pancakes "A pancake is a thin, flat cake prepared from a batter and cooked on a hot griddle or frying pan. Pancakes exist in several variations in many different local cuisines. Most pancakes are quick breads, though some are made using a yeast-raised or fermented batter. Pancakes can be eaten at different times of the day depending on local tradition. A crêpe is a popular variety of pancake of French origin. Most varieties of pancakes are ... more
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