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Flag helpful but obsolete comments?

I posted this question 2 1/2 years ago. Since then I have gained a lot more experience on Stack Exchange and have of course become a moderator. As a moderator, I appreciate obsolete flags in cases ...
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How much science happens on this site

Links to additional resources are basically always helpful, though sometimes they may be overkill. On many questions, optimal answers would probably provide more support than average answers do, but ...
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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)?

In a very literal and narrow sense I would say that yes, with the current version of your question on the main page (created after you asked this Meta question and Cascabel answered) you have met our ...
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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)?

No, you did not do what you were asked to do. You have edited your question more than once, and made it much shorter but probably no more answerable, certainly no more likely to produce an answer that ...
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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)?

Your question Many people tried to help you fix your question, and notably all of my comments you've quoted describe the issue and/or how to fix it: If standard, safe methods of cooking from some ...
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