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Did I do what Cascabel advised me to (maybe I didn't understand correctly what did she advise me to do)?

Did I do what Cascabel advised me to (maybe I didn't understand correctly what did she advise me to do)? On their second comment she wrote If standard, safe methods of cooking from some authority is ...
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Are questions about preservatives off-topic?

There was a recent answer which says If that were the case, adding some preservative on your own could help; but preservative dosing takes you out of the realm of Official FDA Recommendations and is ...
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A bookmark option would be great

Often, a question that I can relate to, found its answers and I wish I could keep it somewhere for my future reference but, as is now, I can't store it in a library conveniently.
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How to deal with old questions with good information, but no accepted responses - a duplicate?

It seems to me that a question should be marked as duplicate, even if the earlier duplicate question does not have an answer that is accepted as "correct." The issue arises from this recent question. ...
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What (if anything) do we do about answers to "method" questions that seem to be "my recipe works, here it is"?

How do you make Yorkshire Puddings rise reliably? This question was recently answered with an answer that reads: I use one cup plain flour, 3/4 cup of milk, 2 eggs, salt & pepper, then approx ...
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Questions pointing to video recipe (only) should be closed?

This question points to a Youtube video recipe. There is no recipe (not even a part) in the text of the question. IMO it should be closed (most likely as Unclear what you're asking). Like answers, ...
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Questions with a false premise.

When I read Irish cream liqueur I was at a loss as to whether or not to answer or vote to close the question. Ultimately I chose to offer an answer, but only because some commercial brands did list ...
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Rewording questions on "Why do people do X"

Sometimes we get a question worded like "why do chefs do " when the OP really means "does doing X have any benefits". I feel that the difference between the two is important and goes well beyond ...
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Can you help me form this answer?

After this question: Are limes and lime juice more acidic than lemons and lemon juice?, I decided that some experimentation was in order. My experimentation isn't exactly on point, I'm not testing ...
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Is there anything wrong with this question?

Isn't Why do drinks drunk from a glass instead of a bottle taste differently? too subjective to be answered? If there is any difference, the difference depends from too much factors (including the ...
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Are questions similar to this one on-topic on Seasoned Advice?

I read, How do I color an egg black? and I was wondering if such questions are on-topic. Essentially the question is about how to get a black hollowed egg that is then filled with powdered material, ...
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Is asking to identify a food from a picture on-topic?

Here on the Black Sea in Romania people are eating a shellfish called in Romanian "rapane" which they translate as "oyster". But they are elongated spiral shells which to me look nothing like the ...
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Are questions on cuisine of a specific country welcome here?

As I'm going to visit a country which is new for me, including its cuisine, I had the idea to ask about local specials, e.g. ingredients I can buy there which are hardly purchasable in other parts of ...
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Are shopping requests on-topic, or should them be considered too localized?

I am asking because I noticed the following question, but I am interested to understand in general if shopping questions are on-topic: Where can I buy fresh water prawns? I think that such questions ...
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Aren't questions about keeping something in the refrigerator that don't specify for how long too generic to be answered?

Are questions like "Is it safe to keep [X] in the refrigerator?" too generic to be answered? For example, see https://cooking.stackexchange.com/questions/376/is-it-safe-to-put-rice-in-refrigerator ...
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Should a question about cookies tagged with both "cookies" and "biscuits"? [duplicate]

If a question is about cookies, is it correct to tag it with cookies and biscuits?
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Should "what can I add to X" questions be closed by default?

We've had a few of these questions recently which are now closed. The latest one, which is actually one of our oldest questions but just resurfaced, was about mayonnaise, and - this is no surprise to ...
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When is it appropriate to answer your own question?

Eeek, I'm getting a suggestion that this is "subjective and likely to be closed." I apologize if this is the wrong type of question, but since it's a "I'm a beginner, what's the etiquette" question, I ...
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How should we handle "I was following recipe X, but Y went wrong, how to avoid the problem?" questions?

Putting the recipe swap questions issue aside, I think these questions should be on topic (for sane values of Y) as they usually have an answer (you applied too much heat, too little water, etc.) ...
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