We use Rayon Twine in cooking because it is durable and heat resistant.
What Is Butcher’s Twine?
Butcher’s twine (also called cooking string or kitchen twine) is an oven-safe string made from 100% cotton. It’s most commonly used when cooking meat. Tying an irregular-shaped roast or trussing a chicken creates a uniform shape that helps the meat cook evenly. Butcher’s twine can also be used to roll up stuffed meat like mushroom-stuffed flank steak, hang salami for curing and bundle herbs for freezing or making stock.
When cooking, it’s important to use a twine that’s made from a natural fibre so it won’t melt when cooked at high temperatures. Cotton is the go-to material because it doesn’t impart flavours, aromas or colours into the food as it cooks. Linen twine is also acceptable, and some people find it easier to tie, but it’s also harder to find.
The no.5 Rayon is a thin multi-purpose Food Grade string ideal for meat preparation such as tying briskets and joints and trussing poultry continental style.
From a presentation point of view, this is a very useful twine to tie joints as it is very discreet.
This twine is made from first-class, high-tenacity yarn to produce a thin multi-purpose twine, made from continuous filaments, which gives it considerable strength.
On 1 roll you get 300m of twine so it is sure to last. It doesn’t have to be used for cooking it can be used in parcels and such.
– Thin Twine
– Diameter (1.5mm)
– 300m on a spool
– Certified Food Safe Twine – Supplied on a blue food-grade plastic core.
– Perfect for butchery, baking, crafts, parcel tying etc.
– BRC Certified.
– x1 roll Rayon Twine