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I just had a moderator delete some comments of mine, due to the extended discussion nature of them, on http://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/9165/can-i-always-use-butter-instead-of-margarine-when-bakingCan I always use butter instead of margarine when baking?, however I had assumed that I (at least) could see the deleted comments that I spent a lot of time constructing, to make specific points, well.

Please tell me that there is a way of seeing / getting a copy of them?

I just had a moderator delete some comments of mine, due to the extended discussion nature of them, on http://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/9165/can-i-always-use-butter-instead-of-margarine-when-baking, however I had assumed that I (at least) could see the deleted comments that I spent a lot of time constructing, to make specific points, well.

Please tell me that there is a way of seeing / getting a copy of them?

I just had a moderator delete some comments of mine, due to the extended discussion nature of them, on Can I always use butter instead of margarine when baking?, however I had assumed that I (at least) could see the deleted comments that I spent a lot of time constructing, to make specific points, well.

Please tell me that there is a way of seeing / getting a copy of them?

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I just had a moderator delete some comments of mine, due to the extended discussion nature of them, on http://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/9165/can-i-always-use-butter-instead-of-margarine-when-baking, however I had assumed that I (at least) could see the deleted comments that I spent a lot of time constructing, to make specific points, well.

Please tell me that there is a way of seeing / getting a copy of them?