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    Default food grade "fishing line" or some sort of line

    First off is fishing line food grade? is there anything in it that will affect the mead? I want to tie a piece of line to my oak sticks so instead of fishing around for them i can just pull it out. any ideas on what i could use?
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    Dental floss is sanitized. Not sure how it reacts with alcohol.
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    Unflavored dental floss or just some cotton thread would work better than fishing line, I think some of those have warnings about lead? WVMJ

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    dental floss hmm...unwaxed i assume?
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