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Is the store-bought/bottled "Joppie Saus" considered low-class? Like...is it seen like maybe how ranch dressing or fake cheese sauce might be seen in the US?
 

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I didn't know what Joppie Saus was until I googled it, and unlike ranch dressing, it sounds pretty good. No idea and no carez if it's "low class" or not, though.
 

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I didn't know what Joppie Saus was until I googled it, and unlike ranch dressing, it sounds pretty good. No idea and no carez if it's "low class" or not, though.

I had it in Amsterdam with fries, and it was my favorite of the sauces we tried. It doesn't actually matter to me, I was mostly just curious. Not all that many people were also getting it with their fries, so I wasn't sure if that was just because it was unpopular, or somehow looked down upon.

It's basically a sweet, oniony, curry mayo and was debating on looking for a bottle of it online (simply because I'd assume it'd have a longer life in the fridge than home made).
 

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I had it in Amsterdam with fries, and it was my favorite of the sauces we tried. It doesn't actually matter to me, I was mostly just curious. Not all that many people were also getting it with their fries, so I wasn't sure if that was just because it was unpopular, or somehow looked down upon.

It's basically a sweet, oniony, curry mayo and was debating on looking for a bottle of it online (simply because I'd assume it'd have a longer life in the fridge than home made).
Yep. I need dis.
 

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homemade Joppie sauce recipe
 

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I didn't know what Joppie Saus was until I googled it, and unlike ranch dressing, it sounds pretty good. No idea and no carez if it's "low class" or not, though.

Homemade ranch can be pretty good
 

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no ranch is good
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homemade Joppie sauce recipe

For what it's worth, that page includes the following:

"Homemade Joppie Sauce – My conclusion
My homemade Joppie sauce did not quite match the original recipe from Holland."
 
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