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Difference between Fish slice and Slice of fish

fish slice

1. (UK) a fish-carving knife; a kitchen tool used for turning or serving fish:

  • A fish slice can be used to lift fish fillets or pieces of meat.

2. a thin, wide, flat piece cut off (cooked) fish:

  • Sprinkle lime juice over the fish slices and season with salt.

slice of fish — = fish slice 2:

  • To make grilled fish, thin slices of fish have to be mixed with ginger, saffron, fermented cold rice, pepper and fish sauce.