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Best Way to Truss a Chicken

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As you may know, "trussing" a chicken means tying it with butcher's twine. Cooks have done this for years to make the bird easier to handle and to help it cook better. But, as we'll show you, the traditional technique for trussing isn't necessarily the best way.

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