Difference between Caramel and Carmel?

Answer

Caramel is a melted sugar syrup. Carmel is a town in California, as well as a common mis-pronunciation/misspelling of the word caramel.
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Carmel can be a mountain in Israel or a city in California; caramel is a candy.
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Carmel is a place in California, while caramel is a sugary sweet food often found in candies.
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Carmel is usually a place name while caramel is a tannish-brown sugary sweet food made as a result of the caramelization of sugar. Nimrods call caramel "carmel" just because
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