June 15th, 2010
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concasse, concasser
kon-ka-SAY
Category: Technique, ingredient
Origin: French
Definition: 1. To roughly chop something. 2. (Concasser) Vegetables, usually tomatoes, that been roughly chopped to be used in the preparation of a dish

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