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This is a weekly pointer to the rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion
file. If you do not want to see it every week, you should put the
title, which will not change, into your killfile.

The rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion file is posted monthly to
rec.food.cooking, rec.food.recipes, rec.answers and news.answers. It is
also available as an easy-to-navigate frames version at

<http://vsack.homepage.t-online.de/rfc_faq.html>.

There is both a link to a no-frames version and a built-in no-frames
content for older or text-only browsers.

The rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion file has two parts. The first
part covers conversion and equivalence. Tables are given for conversion
of oven temperatures, food names, weights and measures. Some useful
substitutions for unavailable ingredients are suggested.

The second part is more descriptive. It outlines some of the commonly
discussed topics of rec.food.cooking and explains a number of food
terms. It also lists other food-related newsgroups and mailing lists,
as well as food-related FAQs, recipe archives and other food/cooking
sites.
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On Friday, June 11, 2021 at 7:16:52 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
> On Sat, 12 Jun 2021 01:06:03 +0200, (Victor Sack)
> wrote:
> >This is a weekly pointer to the rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion
> >file. If you do not want to see it every week, you should put the
> >title, which will not change, into your killfile.
> >
> >The rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion file is posted monthly to
> >rec.food.cooking, rec.food.recipes, rec.answers and news.answers. It is
> >also available as an easy-to-navigate frames version at
> >
> ><http://vsack.homepage.t-online.de/rfc_faq.html>.
> >
> >There is both a link to a no-frames version and a built-in no-frames
> >content for older or text-only browsers.
> >
> >The rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion file has two parts. The first
> >part covers conversion and equivalence. Tables are given for conversion
> >of oven temperatures, food names, weights and measures. Some useful
> >substitutions for unavailable ingredients are suggested.
> >
> >The second part is more descriptive. It outlines some of the commonly
> >discussed topics of rec.food.cooking and explains a number of food
> >terms. It also lists other food-related newsgroups and mailing lists,
> >as well as food-related FAQs, recipe archives and other food/cooking
> >sites.

> Ask them, theyre here. "You can stop saying that now. Thank you."
> --
> Bruce (not DS)

I asked them. You can stop the reminder.
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On Sun, 13 Jun 2021 14:37:43 -0700 (PDT), Thomas >
wrote:

>On Friday, June 11, 2021 at 7:16:52 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
>> On Sat, 12 Jun 2021 01:06:03 +0200, (Victor Sack)
>> wrote:
>> >This is a weekly pointer to the rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion
>> >file. If you do not want to see it every week, you should put the
>> >title, which will not change, into your killfile.
>> >
>> >The rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion file is posted monthly to
>> >rec.food.cooking, rec.food.recipes, rec.answers and news.answers. It is
>> >also available as an easy-to-navigate frames version at
>> >
>> ><http://vsack.homepage.t-online.de/rfc_faq.html>.
>> >
>> >There is both a link to a no-frames version and a built-in no-frames
>> >content for older or text-only browsers.
>> >
>> >The rec.food.cooking FAQ and conversion file has two parts. The first
>> >part covers conversion and equivalence. Tables are given for conversion
>> >of oven temperatures, food names, weights and measures. Some useful
>> >substitutions for unavailable ingredients are suggested.
>> >
>> >The second part is more descriptive. It outlines some of the commonly
>> >discussed topics of rec.food.cooking and explains a number of food
>> >terms. It also lists other food-related newsgroups and mailing lists,
>> >as well as food-related FAQs, recipe archives and other food/cooking
>> >sites.

>> Ask them, theyre here. "You can stop saying that now. Thank you."
>> --
>> Bruce (not DS)

>I asked them. You can stop the reminder.

Ask them, theyre here. "You can stop saying that now. Thank you."
--
Bruce
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