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Cooking poultry in hay may seem strange, but it is a very simple method. The bird is just seasoned and cooked slowly for a long time with a large bunch of hay.
During the slow cooking the poultry takes on the flavour of the hay, with its mix of grassy herbal and floral notes.
This recipe is inspired by old rural ways of cooking, where meat was cooked for a long time wrapped in hay that had been freshly gathered in.
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