Kitchen twine

Kitchen twine

Be sure to buy twine (string) made from food-grade material and not any twine from a hardware store. Kitchen twine is white and very thin. It is made using nontoxic products that aren’t harmful to your health. While kitchen twine can’t be eaten, the absence of toxic products is important, because (on the contrary) it can impregnate food with toxins when cooked. Kitchen twine can be found at large retail establishments where it is sold in the form of balls or spools of different lengths. The price depends on the length.

Kitchen twine can be used to tie a roast, truss a chicken or stuffed turkey, or to make cabbage rolls.
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