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    Frequently Asked Questions and Helpful Information

    Molly53
    Mon Jul 09, 2012 7:44 pm
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    What IS This Ingredient?
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    What do the "chef titles" mean under the names in Forums?
    They are simply cute names indicating how long you have been posting in the Forums. They are based solely on the number of posts you've made and go in this order:
    Newbie Fry Cook
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    You move up the ladder by posting on the boards in "Talk". The more you post, the faster you move up!


    What does each star level mean on the recipe ratings?
    Five stars is the highest and one star is the lowest. Everyone has their own thoughts on what each star represents, and the law of averages will make the overall rating generally accurate.

    5 Stars = Outstanding!
    4 Stars = Loved it
    3 Stars = Liked it
    2 Stars = OK
    1 Star = Didn't Like it
    No Star = Posting a comment only (for adding input without necessarily trying the recipe or when one has made significant alterations to the recipe as written). Zero stars do not affect the recipe's over all rating.


    Thank-you's for Reviews:
    The site administrators have requested that we not use the forums for thank yous. There are people that either don't know this or ignore the request, in which case the threads are moved off-site.

    Two suggestions to demonstrate gratitude:
    icon_arrow.gif Use the zmail feature to contact your reviewer
    icon_idea.gif If zmail isn't an option, consider posting a reciprocal review of one of your reviewer's recipes.

    This last suggestion accomplishes three things...it helps to inform the recipe's future cooks, it gives your reviewer a tangible expression of gratitude that they will actually see (it turns out that the greatest majority of members don't participate in the forums and wouldn't see any posted thank you's anyway), and gives you something new and delicious to enjoy.
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