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Do we need a NPOV policy for statements around health/diet/nutrition?

Another issue has come up lately that is concerning to me and I'd like to get some feedback from the community on whether this is something we need to nip in the bud or if I'm just overreacting. ...
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Is cooking too subjective to work?

I received an email which specifically cited cooking as an example of a Stack Exchange site that "is awful". This person said: Meta-judgement is the ability to assess the quality of someone else's ...
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Proposal to end the recipe and subjectivity debates

Food and Cooking SE has only existed for 65 days, but they've been contentious days. Every SE site has problems working out just how much subjectivity will be tolerated and where the on-topic/off-...
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One 'Item' Per Answer Policy

I don't usually go over to the meta side of things. but I was surprised at the comment my comment got. And when talking about comments on comments, meta seems to be the place to go. I understand that ...
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At what point are questions too subjective on a cooking site - aren't recipes and advice on types of foods subjective?

Of course my question on organic foods was closed as being too subjective, despite there being studies quoted in answers. There are plenty of objective materials out there which people would be able ...