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Japanese Cutlery, Deba

"Less delicate tasks in the Japanese kitchen, like butchering poultry and breaking down whole fish, traditionally call for a deba, which has a broad, wedge-shaped blade that can easily cut through bone and cartilage." -Ben Mims, Assistant Kitchen Director, Issue #112

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