Gravy or Sauce? Rach Weighs In On The Italian-American Food Debate

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"This is such a silly argument to me. I think they're both fine why can't everybody just agree to disagree," says Rach.  

"If you're talking to an Italian, they wouldn't know what either one of those meant. A salsa is sauce and ragu is a thick, meaty sauce. Gravy is Italian-American. There are so many different meats that were often cooked in one pot or scraps of meats and they would stretch the meal by making you would literally make a mixed meat gravy and add tomato to it and toss it with your pasta. But, what's wrong with any of it, it's just good food. Don't fight about food—save your fights for the important stuff. Sauce and gravy are both delicious," she says.  

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