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Julienne

Definition: Julienne

Julienne
To cut food into long skinny "matchstick" size strips. The strips are usually about 1/8-inch-thick all around.

You'll find that most references to julienne will be about vegetables (such as potatoes or carrots). However the term is sometimes used for meat or fish (especially in regards to stir fry).

To julienne potatoes: first cut them into 1/8-inch-thick slices. Stack slices and cut them into 1/8-inch-thick strips.

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krystalmak krystalmak 9 years
I agree, lanilovespeaches. Now I understand what monica meant from friends :)
lanilovespeaches lanilovespeaches 9 years
hmm def good to know!
cravinsugar cravinsugar 9 years
And finally I know what this means. Thanks yum! I'm all in.
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