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For a mod other user was rude. I objected but now my post is gone. Why is my post unable to be edited without peer review?

To answer parts of the literal question: You can’t edit a post after the first few minutes if you aren’t registered. You also can’t comment on it without the “comment everywhere” privilege or delete ...
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For a mod other user was rude. I objected but now my post is gone. Why is my post unable to be edited without peer review?

Please read How does deleting work? What can cause a post to be deleted, and what does that actually mean? What are the criteria for deletion?, particularly the sections of the accepted answer ...
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What drives many users to be overly concerned about safety?

Without surveying users here, these questions appear to be predominantly from American users. I think there are cultural differences between the US and Europe that explain some of it, but the ...
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Should we have a canonical answer on "partial cooking then reheat" type questions?

I'm all for this. Both sound good - partial cooking first, or general reheating of presumed safe food. I'm not aware of one existing for either, though I'm sure people have written the answer plenty ...
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What drives many users to be overly concerned about safety?

A little later in answering this, but as someone who has answered a lot of food safety questions on this site and who has spent a lot of time reading detailed scientific sources on food safety in the ...
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What drives many users to be overly concerned about safety?

As a preface, I'd distinguish between overly concerned questions and cautious answers. We do indeed get questions where the answer is "no, that's totally fine." There are a lot of people out there in ...
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Which stack website do I ask questions about agriculture or farming homegrown food advice

This sounds like a good fit for Gardening & Landscaping Stack Exchange. As per the site’s Help Center: This site is for professional and amateur gardeners and landscapers to ask questions ...
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Is there a stackexchange site for healthy or poisoning food questions?

First of all: Thank you very much for actually taking the tour before posting! That said, our sister site Medical Sciences could be what you are looking for. From their help: What topics can I ask ...
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Pregnancy (and other conditions relevant to food safety) and closing questions

The real core subject of the question seems to be about "popular understandings of food safety, and the scientific/legal truth or untruth behind them". I can see how this would be relevant to an ...
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Which countries are acceptable sources for food safety standards to reference?

My general understanding is that part of why we close so many "is this thing I left on the counter/in the car/crock pot didn't turn on still safe to eat" as a dupe is that we can not be liable for ...
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