And I stand by my statement. It is morally irresponsible to post recipes that are bad for youWell, if that is the most morally irresponsible thing I'm doing, I'm doing ok.You cannot avoid a moral issue here, no matter how you hide behind the name of the board or anything else.Good lord, I've posted the best way to annoy coworkers and didn't feel a twinge. If you are keeping others from posting good cooking recipes I find that immoral. We have a whole board devoted to BBQ, Art of, Fun(ky), The. It's filled with loads of pork recipes, I don't find them immoral.It absolutely disgusts me to see such stuff, and I have nothing but contempt for those who advocate such unhealthy ways of eating.Mayo disgusts me. Can we not have recipes with Mayo in it? And Tofu, if I wanted more of that I'd just use calk. I find Tofu recipes disgusting.Maybe it is, but that does not make them responsible or moral.Nah, but I stopped needing a nanny years ago.By the way, how about easing up on the fatties there Mr Moral. Calling fat people disgusting is a bit worse in my book that posting a great creme brule recipe.Ford
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