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Nowadays, meaning a thin purée of fruit or vegetables; and although a French culinary term, this form of the word has now became common British restaurant usage.
Coulis was derived from the Latin word 'colare' - to strain; and under this heading, the term 'cullis' was in common English usage over 600 years ago - then meaning a gravy that had been strained.
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