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Roasting and baking are both common cooking methods. Perhaps you've baked chicken breasts, roasted a whole chicken or a mix of root vegetables, or at the very least enjoyed a slice of baked cake. But do you know the difference between them? These terms are used interchangeably quite often, but what really sets them apart? Are roasting and baking actually the same thing?