Welcome to Julienne Peeler resource website
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So what can you find here?
Until now this site has 40 posts and page with al kinds of information. We can spit it into tree main categories.
- + First and for most, the julienne peeler reviews.
- + Second, Information about these handy utensils.
- + Third, recipes with the main ingredient julienne vegetables.
What is a Julienne Peeler? Lets breakdown the word
Julienne: is a culinary knife cut in which the food item is cut into long thin strips, similar to matchsticks. Common items to be julienned are carrots for carrots julienne, celery for céléris remoulade or potatoes for Julienne Fries. Here you can find the full story of the word Julienne.
Peeler: A peeler (potato peeler or vegetable peeler) is a kitchen tool consisting of a slotted metal blade attached to a handle, that is used to remove the outer skin or peel of certain vegetables, frequently potatoes and carrots, and fruits. A paring knife may also be used to peel vegetables. A peeler differs from a knife in that the blade has a slot cut into it, which is sharpened on the inside edge, while the other side prevents the blade from cutting too far into the vegetable.