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Salt and vinegar levels in fermentation/a little poison is ok


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I do not intend to take this discussion off topic, nor will I brook a discussion of our Forum Guidelines (aka Member Agreement) here. (Any attempts to discuss Forum Guidelines, or this post in particular, in this topic will be hidden. The place for that is here.)

 

However, it is apparently necessary to remind participants in this topic of the following, which is part of our Decorum and Topicality Guidelines:

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Dave Scantland
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Eat more chicken skin.

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