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post #31 of 35

KK, I'm preaching to the choir but: Having done many years worth of free-form interviews, structured interviews, focus groups, and written surveys... it is even harder to collect information when being secretive about ones true identity and intent.  People interpret that as sly and deceptive whether that is the intent or not.  Collecting data/information is nothing new.  Claiming "experimental approaches" simply indicates a failure to research the proven ways of doing research.

 

As my wife always says, "you have to give a little to get a little; if you give more then that you'll get more."  She is right 100% of the time.

post #32 of 35

Hi,

 

Thanks for your post.  I am develeoping a product that sounds like it's right up your alley and I may be able to use your help!

post #33 of 35
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Originally Posted by sophiadillon View Post

Hi,

Thanks for your post.  I am develeoping a product that sounds like it's right up your alley and I may be able to use your help!

Be careful when you drag up old threads.
Although I didn't have a problem with the questions (in fact kinda enjoyed the conversation) it did hit a few raw nerves for some reason.
Maybe try to PM the OP instead of lighting a match and tossing it on a powder keg.
Good luck with your product.... esp if it is a new gadget.
I love gadgets lol.

mimi
post #34 of 35

Is cooking hard? About as hard as anything else out there, just like anything all it takes is knowledge and practice and a passion to learn is that a hard thing? No just takes time. Anyone can read a cook book, but can anyone adjust those recipes? People who love to cook try to adjust everything to their own perfection which takes time and overall knowledge of cooking. This is what makes cooking so fun there is never ending learning it gets so complex on options it is a wonderful thing :).

post #35 of 35

I agree with every word you wrote LaoO. It's all about practice, knowledge, experimenting with different flavours and ingredients. Most of all to cook commercially or at home is to have a real big passion for it. Taste the food and adjusting different herbs, spices and seasoning before serving to your guests, customers or family members. 

 

When you have practiced many times, you become an old hand at this art of culinary delights and becomes like second nature to you after a while. 

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