Every internet discussion has some trolls: folks who come around intending to piss people off, stir up bad feeling, etc.
This is a chow info exchange, not a psychodrama. If you spot someone who's here not to swap chow tips but to try to create fights, please 1. ignore their postings, and 2. let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make their disruptions go away and ensure a friendly, focused environment where we can all guide each other to hyperdeliciousness.
But PLEASE DON'T REPLY OR ENGAGE. That's exactly what they want
If you do report a problem posting via email, we'd appreciate it if you could include the URL of the web page.
thanks, and back to the chow!