Peter Taylor
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Why all the down-voting?
7 votes

The salient instruction for when to downvote an answer is "This answer is not useful". Since you raised your answer about frying potatoes as an example: I love fried potatoes and have been making ...

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Should SA create an 'official' lexicon?
4 votes

Do you realise that one of the three examples you give of a term "for which the [definition is] relatively clear" features in Translating cooking terms between US / UK / AU / CA / NZ as a word which ...

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Should we start closing substitution requests without a recipe?
3 votes

There are examples of sites on the network which close questions with too little context There are also stacks which close questions for being so narrow that the answer won't help anyone but the OP. ...

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Is this a good question for seasoned advice?
2 votes

If you didn't get any downvotes, it's probably just that most people read the title and decided that they weren't interested enough to click through. The question is now on 3 votes for 65 views.

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Add a collated, wiki-style answer to the recent "cookbooks" question?
1 votes

I think that the question is so broad that there's not much to be gained: you might deduplicate, but you'll still end up with a list of books which don't have much in common with each other: it's just ...

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