What Is Difference Between Juice And Shake?

I have hears some people call like mango juice,app - I have hears some people call like mango juice,apple juice while others call like mango shake,aplle shake 

So my question is what is difference between mango shake and mango juice [em]happy[/em]
@Ganesh44 (5547)
India
December 20, 2008 8:06am CST
Dear Friends I have heard some people calling it like mango juice,apple juice while others call like mango shake,aplle shake . So my question is what is difference between mango shake and mango juice and apple shake and apple juice ,are they same or are they different Thanks Ganesh
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13 responses
• United States
21 Dec 08
juice comes from a fruit a has milk in or ice cream or both
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• United States
21 Dec 08
a shake has milk or ice cream or both
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@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
21 Dec 08
Dear Friend Yes now I know Juice is liquid of fruit while shake has liquid plus milk Thanks for your response and such a nice information...! Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
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@slickcut (8141)
• United States
21 Dec 08
Well the differance is that one is a juice and the other a shake.A shake is thicker than a juice...usually a shake you have to have a straw & juice you can just drink it...
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
21 Dec 08
Dear Friend ohh another difference I got from you yes I think shake is thicker since it has milk while juice does not have milk so its not that thick M I right ? Thanks for your response and such a nice information...! Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
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@sweety_81 (2129)
• India
22 Dec 08
Yes ; Shakes are generally thicker than Juices . In some western countries ; they also call Shakes as Smoothies !!
@ElicBxn (60134)
• United States
20 Dec 08
Well, I don't know about where you are at, but here in the states (and I've never heard of a mango or apple shake) but it generally involves ice cream.... Juice is, well, juice, maybe cut with some water and in some fruit's cases, sugar added to make it palatable.
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
20 Dec 08
Dear Friend I live near New Delhi India ,and have seen people using these terms interchangeably ,so raised this discussion lol I can make out from your response although you have not heard of mango shake or apple shake but they involves icecream while juice has some water and sugar ha ha ha ha M I right in getting you .... Shake has icecream ,juice has water and sugar M I getting you right ? Thanks For Your response and such a nice information Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
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@ElicBxn (60134)
• United States
20 Dec 08
Except for cranberry juice, most juices here don't have added sugar. Some do add water, for example for children, they cut apple juice with water, don't really know why.
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@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
21 Dec 08
Dear Friend okay yes I agree with you ...some has sugar added whiles other does not require because of natural sweetness Thanks for your response and such a nice information...! Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
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• India
20 Dec 08
Hmm..they make juice out of a mango without shaking it...and that's called juice. And as for a shake, they shake the mango well before popping it into the blender. Ok..ok..I will get serious. I am not sure...but I think a shake is a fruit juice plus milk. While no milk is added to juice. Cheers and happy Mylotting
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
20 Dec 08
Dear Friend ha ha ha ha lol good joke that while making mango shake , mango is shaked before adding to blender and in juice it is not shaked lol Yes from this discussion since milk is added that differentiate a mango shake from mango juice .Mango juice does not carry any milk okay Thanks for your response and such a nice information...! Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
@savypat (20248)
• United States
20 Dec 08
I always thought a shake has ice cream or sherbet in it. In other words it's a cold icy drink. Juice can be any temperature. Times change and so do the use of descriptive words, it may be popular to use either one now.
@Ganesh44 (5547)
• India
20 Dec 08
Dear Friend ohhk according to you Shake is cold with ice cream and sherbet While Juice can be at any temperature lol but I see people taking orange juice with ice I think you are right to some extent their must be something more I think to differentiate lol Thanks For Your response and such a nice information Happy Mylotting Take Care Ganesh
• Austin, Texas
3 Jun
Sometimes people put juice in a container with crushed ice and shake it up. I'm not saying that's the reason you hear shake and juice used interchangeably. I'm just saying. James Bond always says he wants his martini "shaken not stirred". So maybe people are ordering juice freshly squeezed or they want their juice with crushed ice and shaken up. Trying to find the logic in calling juice a shake.
@MsTickle (25007)
• Australia
22 Dec 08
A shake is usually flavoured milk. Juice is just juice, either pure (100%) juice or with water and sugar added.
@maximax8 (27048)
22 Dec 08
Juice might be pure like mango juice is just mangoes. Sometimes concentrated fruit is used and sometimes water and sugar is added for types like cranberry juice. A shake is likely to have some sort of milk in it. I might be strawberry and soya drink with some banana.
@okwusman1 (2249)
• Abuja, Nigeria
22 Dec 08
Today I went to buy juice, I saw different kind and types of juices like mango orange, apple, orange, banana, and assorted types. I could not actually know the best to buy but I didn't see shake juice, May the shake juice is a different brand of juice. cheers!
@jambi462 (4598)
• United States
22 Dec 08
Juice is more of a liquid and a shake is thick and usually kind of frozen. I like shakes much more then juice because I like the texture a lot more and they are great for sore throats because they are usually frozen.
@messageme (2821)
• United States
22 Dec 08
the difference I think is shakes are thicker than juice.
@maxilimian (3099)
• Indonesia
22 Dec 08
Humm as far as i know, if i'm not mistakes, shake is mixing a combination with other ingredients like rum and milk maybe, and you just shaking the drinks with bare hands, juice is made by using juicer machines and sugar
@sweety_81 (2129)
• India
22 Dec 08
Hi Ganesh , I think the main difference is that in a Fruit Shake , one always adds some milk . In Fruit or Vegetable Juice, it is mainly the Fruit Pulp / Fruit Pieces or vegetable pieces that are present . Also, almost all the shakes are Sweet in taste . However ; some juices ;especially Vegetables Juices have salty taste also . Regards -Sweety_81