This will sound like a dumb question. But is the back leg of the stitch the one that leans closest to the right needle? If so your stitches won’t be twisted.
In combined or eastern knitting, the back leg leans toward the right needle. In other styles, the front leg leans toward the right needle. Or when working on circulars in the round, the front leg leans. As long as you knit into the leaning leg, your stitches won’t be twisted.
Most pattern use a foundation of stockinette. The reason combined leans that way is because the purl stitches are worked with the yarn under the needle. Not over the top. This keeps the stitches in alignment. If you don’t adjust on the purl side, then the stitches will be twisted.
If you knit in garter stitch (where you knit all the rows) the stitches will be twisted. Which doesn’t look as obvious. But makes a much tighter pattern. And makes it hard to get the stitches off the needle.
If you make stockinette, and don’t adjust the purl side, then the stitches will twist. Also a much tighter fabric with the V on the right side crossed.