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kj. sk.

English translation: J-cut

18:44 May 26, 2010
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Fisheries
Norwegian term or phrase: kj. sk.
In a list of fish prices :

"Uer, sløyd u/hode eller kj. sk. "
Neil Crockford
Local time: 00:21
English translation:J-cut
Explanation:
J - Cut - Trimming a fillet removing both the nape and pinbones.
Had a look on some English pages re redfish and the way they listed for sale and J-cut seems to come up a lot, but I can't see where the "k" in the abbreviation comes from.
Is it possible that you can ask the client what the abbreviation stands for?
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eodd
Local time: 00:21
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J-cut


Explanation:
J - Cut - Trimming a fillet removing both the nape and pinbones.
Had a look on some English pages re redfish and the way they listed for sale and J-cut seems to come up a lot, but I can't see where the "k" in the abbreviation comes from.
Is it possible that you can ask the client what the abbreviation stands for?


    Reference: http://aquafind.com/SeafoodDefinitions.php
eodd
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