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Unread 03-17-2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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Default Would you use this for butcher's twine?

http://www.cvs.com/shop/product-deta...e?skuId=315143

It's not labeled as food-safe but how bad could it be? At $2 it's cheap.
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I probably would, but them I'm that way.


Any problem with actual butcher's twine?
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Chit, I'd use bailing twine.
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I use something similar. The most important thing is 100-percent cotton. No synthetics.

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Should be fine. You can get cone of butchers twine for round $15
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I got a cone of butchers twine for $4.
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I got a cone of butchers twine for $4.
Your right. I don't know what I heck I was searching.
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I probably would, but them I'm that way.


Any problem with actual butcher's twine?
CVS is awfully convenient to my location, is all :)
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I use the same spool only I got mine at Walgreens
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Bailing twine is not synthetic and biodegradable.
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