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the question the story below purports to answer?

http://www.chow.com/stories/10017

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  1. No, not at all. This story gives a simple, straightforward answer from Chow.com editorial for a passive and larger audience out there that wants that. The chowhound boards don't need any more dumbing down. Keep the deadened palate Wagamama lovers at arm's length!

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    1. re: Melanie Wong

      when you put it that way, its impossible to disagree!

    2. You are so right. This is something for the boards. And it actually testifies to the value of the Chowhound boards in two ways: 1) this story is from the print magazine and wasn't updated, and so doesn't have the kind of current information the boards would offer; and 2) the subject is the kind that is well-addressed with the power of many people -- informed people -- tackling a question.

      Hey, I'm sold. No mag anymore! Brings up a bigger question, though: there is, as Melanie puts it, a place for information for a passive audience. I'd like to ask the boards (and I will, in a separate topic) if there's a better way to coordinate Chow editorial with Chowhound content. I believe that there's a place for both...but I'd like to integrate them better. If it's possible.