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This is a very good catch, thanks! I didn't notice the difference when closing the question. If that was all we have in duplicates, I would be OK with reopening. However, we also have at least three questions on transporting food while keeping it crispy: How to keep fried fish warm and crispy during transport to venue?, Crispy fried chicken goes limp: ...


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It's very easy to find on the web what a rubber spatula is, but the question wasn't asking what a rubber spatula is, it was asking to identify the utensil in a photo. You don't specify how you would have proposed that the OP search for an answer through alternative means, and I don't see any obvious route. "Equipment identification" is going to be more or ...


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I think it's a perfectly good question, unless we're planning on simply declaring commercial food safety off topic. It seems fair to ask if food safety extends to cleaning objects like these, not just normal dishes and the food itself. It asks about specific things. There could well be data about compliance (government food safety inspections do happen, I ...


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Phrase suggestion: "made less safe" -> "caused to fail an accepted food safety standard that it did not fail in its raw state, AND/OR turned into a food considered perishable under such standards when it was not considered perishable in its raw state." The scope of "cooking" remains to be solved - if you include "distillation", that would add a few more ...


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That one bugged me, and I was disinclined to answer it. It seemed too obvious to be taken seriously. I did answer it and the upvotes and comments made it worth my while. That indicates something, doesn't it? Answers to really, really stupid questions don't get upvoted.* *Apparently wrong, but sounded good when written.


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Low research questions are discouraged, although they don't have to be closed outright. However, there is a difference between "low research" and "beginner" questions. "Low research" is something where the user had a very obvious source and didn't check it. For example, if somebody bought a new espresso automatic machine and asks us how to make cappucchino ...


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