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What We Mean By: Dice

Fine Cooking Issue 57
Photo: Scott Phillips
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To “dice” is to cut a vegetable or other food into cubes. Each size of dice corresponds to a particular measurement as shown in the photo, but it’s not absolutely necessary to whip out your ruler each time you dice something.  While it’s a good idea to aim for these measurements, it’s more important that your batch of dice is consistently sized so the-food cooks evenly.


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