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It sure looks spammy, doesn’t it? But it probably isn’t. There are a few points that are actually in favor of these users: We want details, and giving a picture and possibly a link to the kind of dish or ingredient is good. Giving the source of a text or image is mandatory, otherwise the user would be accused of plagiarism. Sometimes a user struggles to ...


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In general, when tags were first introduced, I was attempting to use best practices from the library community on building controlled vocabularies, and so there was an effort to standardize on plural nouns and progressive (-ing) verbs so it was easy tell when we were talking about an ingredient or finished product vs. a process. So if you had questions about ...


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As rumtscho mentioned, tag synonyms didn't even exist when the site first launched. Seasoned Advice was one of the first "Stack Exchange 2.0" sites, which is why it's one of the few that actually has a distinct name. (they later decided that it was better for brand cohesion if they were all (something).stackexchange.com) I don't remember if it ...


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Seems like you're fine at this point. While it may seem like a small detail, asking words like "unnecessary" and "waste" tend to invite a lot of opinionated debate about what exactly constitutes waste, what's necessary, and so on. The edits that removed that sort of thing, and focused on the factual portions, make it far more likely that ...


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