They say “the twine is one of the peasant’s best friends,” and I can attest to that from my own experience. I have had an intimate relationship with twine from my boyhood years in my little village, where there were not many other resources. Before processing hundreds of fruit, I had to design so many things: the knots, the hangers, the resting place, and more.

I tried many kinds of twine, including yarn, to find the most versatile for this job, and in the end, I found it: butcher’s twine. It is thin, strong, light and makes a strong, stable knot.

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