julienne?? or chiffonade (although that term seems to be mostly applied to herby leaves)
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I have a tool that cuts thin strips of zest it has multiple holes on the end, its just called a zester to my knowledge. I think there are just different ways of zesting
Zester Black Handle
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Classic zester cuts thin slivers of lemon, lime, and orange peel. Essential tool for stripping beautiful and flavorful citrus zest. Stainless steel zester with plastic handle.
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Thanks! I'm writing a recipe and I have a tool that makes the little strips, which would measure out differently than grated - so I just wanted to be clear. Sounds like slivers is the way to go.
i would call them thin strips of zest.
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