Sharpen your sushi and sashimi slicing abilities with most Japanese precision. Suitable for filleting and delicately thin slicing of raw fish and meat, this single-edge, Japanese sashimi knife is made a cut above the remaining, cast with holes to prevent sticky food residue from clumping on either facet of the blade. Made for clean, steady cutting because of its high quality steel and lightweight picket handle, it’s easy to get to grips with this faithful sashimi-slicing companion. Care directions included in Japanese and English.
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Maguro – mah-goo-roh) – Tuna, which is offered as completely different cuts for the patron, listed below so as of increasing fattiness: Akami (ah-kah-me) – the leaner flesh from the sides of the fish. When you ask for ‘maguro’ at a restaurant you’re going to get this lower.
Chu toro (choo-toh-roh) – The stomach area of the tuna along the facet of the fish between the Akami and the Otoro. Typically preferred because it’s fatty but not as fatty as Otoro.
O toro (oh-toh-roh) – The fattiest portion of the tuna, discovered on the underside of the fish.
Toro (toh-roh) is the generic time period for the fatty a part of the tuna (both chutoro or otoro) versus the ‘akami’ portion of the minimize.
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