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Online Recipes & the Readers Who Comment on Them

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Internet destination The Toast has recently compiled a spot-on list of common pull-your-hair-out recipe comments. Of course, our readership is better than this (you are aren't you?) but we still think you'll appreciate some of our favorites.

“I didn’t have any eggs, so I replaced them with a banana-chia-flaxseed pulse. It turned out terrible; this recipe is terrible.”

“Could you please give the metric weight measurements, and sometime in the next twenty minutes; I’m making this for a dinner party and my guests are already here.”

“Have you thought about making a sugar-free version of this?”

“a warning that if you cook this at 275°F for three hours instead of at 400°F for twenty-five minutes its completely ruined. do you have any suggestions?”

“I didn’t have buttermilk, so I just poured baking soda into a container of raspberry yogurt. It tasted terrible.”

“If you use olive oil for any recipe that’s cooked over 450°F, the oil will denature and you will get cancer. This post is irresponsible. You should only use grapeseed oil you’ve pressed yourself in a very cold room.”

“this was a very good post for your recipe you made, i made a similar recipe over at my blog* last month, please consider linking back.”

“If you don’t soak the seeds for at least fourteen hours before using, the phytic acid will give you cancer. Just thought you should know.”

"Have you considered making a version of this margherita pizza for your readers who are trying to avoid gluten, dairy and nightshades?”
Read their full list on The Toast.

*this is your current author's own 'blog' page, just for comical context. You my even recognize some imagery from Cooking District.


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