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Choppers provided a decorative way to cut food
By Larry LeMasters Considering a knife might have been the earliest weapon/tool primitive man invented, it is fair to say humans have a long love affair with knives. A Food Chopper or chopper-knife is a kitchen knife, similar to an Alaskan ulu knife that is used for chopping food, usually meat, in preparation for cooking. Modern whaling in England began around 1617 and continued for nearly three centuries.