Continuing the discussion from It's Still 2019 - Time to Hype New Releases or something:
Your wish is my command. Here be Flours.
Summoning the one and only @delenn13 to enlighten us!
Please consider using the follow tags when linking recipes, for ease of use & health concerns:
:fish: = contains fish
:fried_shrim: = contains sea-food (crustaceans and molluscs)*
:pig: = contains pig
:cow: = contains beef
:peanut: = contains nuts
:leaves: = vegetarian
:four_leaf_clover: = vegan
Suggestions for better or additional tags are welcome!
How and why to tag my recipes?*
Just add the tags by the recipe names, or above any linked recipes! It’s important to tag them so people who are allergic to some ingredients or have different diets know which recipes they cannot cook for themselves. I’ve added tags I thought were relevant above!
Crustaceans and molluscs! Examples: shrimp, octopus and crab. To avoid confusions with fish, see the following examples:
- European lobster, Homarus gammarus, is in the Animalia kingdom, Arthropoda phylum and the Crustacea subphylum!
- A puffer fish, like the Guineafowl puffer, is in the Animalia kingdom, the Chordata phylum and the Actinopterygii class.
Fish are Chordata! Crustaceans and Molluscs are not Chordata, because they don’t have " a notochord, a dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, an endostyle, and a post-anal tail." Cool stuff!
Why subcategories for seafood and peanuts?
Loads of people are allergic to those! And fun fact:
Those with asthma or an allergy to peanuts, tree nuts, or seafood are at greater risk for anaphylaxis.
A Brazilian delicacy that has a history of more than 200 years. A good pão de queijo is hard to make, but we can try! You can use page translators to translate the entire recipe.