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    vil is offline VIP Member
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    diced, riced, shredded and julienned potatoes"

    Dear teachers,

    "It slices! It dices! It makes Julienne fries!"

    I know there are “diced, riced, shredded and julienned potatoes” in English language.

    Would you be kind enough to explain to me the difference between “shredded and julienned potatoes”?

    Most likely you would base your argument on the following definition (shred / julienne = to cut into short(long) strips).

    But I know also that a shred is a long irregular strip that is cut or torn off.

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: diced, riced, shredded and julienned potatoes"

    If you are making a rosti, the potatoes will be shredded. It is the effect of grating rather than cutting.

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