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The Fastest Way To Cut A Pepper

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Sure, they sometimes have their upsides - for example, looking like Sylvester Stallone in Rocky - but the preparation and cutting of a pepper is a tiresome, long-winded event.

Or it was until we saw this excellent video, posted on Rumble, which shows a chef managing to cleanly cut, chop and dice a pepper in under a minute.

There's nothing fancy here, just smart kitchen skills that anyone can master; take a look and revolutionise your pepper technique.

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