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The French word for rust gives its name to this strong cold sauce (resembling an ointment) served as an accompaniment to fish soups, bouillabaisse and sometimes bourride. It should correctly be made with a little of the liquid it is to accompany, but unfortunately even in France short-cuts often lead to the use of mayonnaise as a substitute.
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