I recall a very similar edit war and inflammatory behavior from the OP in a (apparently now deleted) question regarding "GMO wheat". At this point I believe their behavior is entirely retaliatory and without merit.
The question in both its original and edited forms seems to be asking after a few main points:
- What alternatives can be used in place of wheat in baking?
- What are some specific challenges when using these substitutes?
- What differences can be expected (aroma, taste, texture) in the final product?
- Do recipes require modification when using such substitutes, and how?
Altogether, these make for a fairly broad question, but on-topic for the community, and reasonable.
Jefromi's edits in version 3 fixed what I would regard as grammatical problems, and made the wording of the question clearer. I do not see any changes to the core of the question in this edit.
The OP then rolled back the question to a prior revision, and made the following statement as a justification for the action:
I want my original question to be as it is. I don't like moderator
jefromi keeps destroying my questions! Look at his edit. Totally
changing the question.
I would regard this as demonstrably false, and I'm looking at the edit. There simply are not major changes to the question.
After another edit from a different member of the community who made similar grammatical fixes, the OP then stated:
I have checked with multiple users and people for Grammar and clarity of this question. I am not new to SE. So keep my question as it is.
I have several problems with this statement. First, these "multiple users and people" are nowhere to be found. They are more than welcome to contribute to the editing process if they disagree, but all I see is the OP rolling back others' edits to the question. Second, whether or not you're new to SE is completely irrelevant. Even canonical questions can (and are encouraged to be!) continually edited and improved. Third, just because you want your question to remain as-is is not a sufficient rationale. Editing is explicitly, actively encouraged across all SE sites. Someone experienced with the format and actively engaged with the community should know this.
I fully agree with the edits made to the question and don't believe they distort the meaning in any way. They help make the question clearer. The OP seems to have a general problem with the editing process, to which I believe the only reasonable response is: too bad. This is a standard for the entire SE network. Their behavior has been disruptive and if it continues I would fully support actions taken to remove them.