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    Recipe - Review & Rating

    hotnholy
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:50 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I totally love this site.. though im new..Okay so,Im not sure if anyone has brought this up? Everyone knows that Reviews are a Vital part of a Recipe which include both positive/negative feedback And changes the member made while making the respective food item.Well, id like to make a suggestion of sort.. Since the reviews are all mixed together.. it gets cumbersome to read each and every one of them trying to find the one's people have made changes in. So, when a person is giving a tip maybe it should be highlighted or marked as .. tip here or something. Well im not sure if anyone understands what im sayin..lol.. also already there are like a million recipes here.. so guess it wont be possible... anyway Cheers <3 food.com
    Zurie
    Sun Dec 02, 2012 1:56 pm
    Forum Host
    Welcome to Food.com!

    I hear what you say ... but I think that would be very difficult. Someone would personally have to pick out those hints (not enough staff).

    And then again, many hints and changes to recipes will work for one, but not for another.

    icon_lol.gif I think the only answer is to read the reviews, and then see whether you want to tweak the recipe too!wave.gif
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