I vote for taking foodpickle off twitter. It may not be the best solution, but it's hard to find the real questions here. And what a shame, because foodpickle can be a great resource for real questions and real answers from this amazing community. Either the questions are inane, I won't provide examples, or are so general they defy an answer.
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