Broth, like sauce, is made from the food it's cooked in. I.E. Chicken broth is made from boiled chicken bones, beef stock from cow bones, etc. Milk is milk, and when poured over cereal, it's still milk.
This might be the dumbest question I ever read...of course beverage. You don't pour milk on anything else...so sauce can be poured on other things..and broth??? what a maroon
it isnt any of those options, its kind of like penutbutter & jelly. you cant have one without the other although some people do.
I like just enough milk to keep my cereal wet but not so much that I have milk left over when I'm done.
It's the perfect bowl of cereal.
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I say beverage b/c most everyone drinks the milk out of the bowl. Especially the good chocolate milk you get with Cocoa Puffs.
I hate people who drink the cereal milk by spooning it into their mouth like it's soup...grow the fuck up.
It's an ingredient. You use it to make sauce or broth or a cake. It's just also good on its own as well as part of a recipe like eggs.
If I drink soy sauce does that make it a beverage? No. It makes me an asshole for drinking a sauce. Milk is milk no matter where ya put it. Its a beverage.
depends on how u eat ur cereal. let it get soggy it absorbs and the flavors blend. if u eat it crunchy then its a beveridge cause it almost like dunking a cookie in milk.
Sauces are thick and coat, broths are thin and soak into the food to enhance it. If it was in a glass it'd be a beverage, a bowl is broth. Matty Ice!!
Broth. Consistency of a consume`, and used in a quantity much greater than a sauce. Te contents are enveloped by the liquid component. A sauce has to be thick enough to add a distinct flavor where as a broth absorbs the flavor of the solid contents.
As beverage it's just a choking hazard.