Most of meat dishes in Japanese cooking require thinly sliced beef and pork. The thickness of these meats are paper thin. We may not use a big chunk of meat in our cooking but we do use good quality meat for these sliced meats. Japanese supermarkets sell these paper-thin meat in packages.
However if you don’t have an access to a Japanese supermarket, follow the directions on How To Slice Meat page.
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