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How to Tie Meat for Roasting

Not every roast needs tying. Many are naturally suited to seasoning and popping in an oven, such as pork loin and other bone-in cuts that have their own built-in structural supports. But roasts that have been butterflied and seasoned, are stuffed, or have an irregular shape require a bit of reassembly and securing with butcher’s twine.


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