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How do you differentiate 'sauce' and 'dressing' ?
I still consider it as 'sauce'.

Dave Cook

Then I believe you take my point. "Dressing" is the name for the liquid poured on top of Western salads; where I grew up (New Jersey, Connecticut), that's the only name we used. I would say that Indonesian rujak is accompanied by dressing, since the consistency is not dissimilar, except that among Indonesians, "sauce" is the term that is commonly used, and so I defer to the Indonesian name.

How, may I ask, do you differentiate "sauce" and "dressing"?

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