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Old 09-08-2016, 10:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by GotGarlic View Post
You know, I think it's great that you are so confident in your skills that you are okay with doing things that you know can be dangerous. I think you should consider not promoting those things here, though, especially to newbies. Your caution against the things you're doing is *way* down in your post and could be missed by someone who is not reading every word carefully, which is pretty common.
A valid criticism accepted as valid.

Need not say more, I will keep experiments to myself or label them as such, and keep my substantive comments to the USDA guideline, which I have researched well.

In defense, I do think I am pretty clear on the dangers of food poisoning, you are quite correct to say I could easily be quoted out of context, or someone could not read the full post.

Last thing I want to do is encourage anyone to engage in irresponsible behavior. That is solely my territory.

Thank you for pointing out something I might not have noticed.



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