How to...tie a butcher's knot

You may think that only butchers need to know how to tie a proper knot but why does it just have to be the experts? You might want to buy a piece of meat and make your own stuffing at home or make your own ballotine. Tying meat properly is the best way to ensure that the finished product cooks through evenly and looks impressive. It may look complicated but it doesn't take long to master. Tip: When you are tying raw meat, place the roll of butcher's twine in the pocket of your apron or in a drawer to prevent the entire reel from coming into contact with raw meat.
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