Tie Food With Dental Floss Instead Of Kitchen Twine

Tie Food With Dental Floss Instead Of Kitchen Twine

Many recipes call for you to tie ingredients together with kitchen twine. If you don’t have any on hand, dental floss makes a great substitute.

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We’ve covered other uses for dental floss such as cutting cheese and getting cookies off baking trays. It’s also very useful for holding food together — say, if you need to cook poultry or bundle herbs. Just remember: always use unflavored dental floss, unless you prefer that fake mint flavour in your food.

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