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Crinkle-cutting means cutting so the result is corrugated (forms regular waves). One can do this with specialized knives or mandoline. It is frequently used for potato chips, and (in that context especially) is also referred to as ruffled, by analogy with the ruffle, a strip of fabric often gathered, creating regular folds. It is also commonly used for french fries.
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