Julienne

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(ju-lee-en) (1) to cut foods into stick-shaped pieces, approximately 1/8 inch X 1/8 inch X 2 inches (3 millimeters X 3 millimeters X 5 centimeters); a fine julienne has dimensions of 1/16 inch X 1/16 inch X 2 inches (1.5 millimeters X 1.5 millimeters X 5 centimeters) ; (2) the stick-shaped pieces of cut food

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