Can any one help me please I am filling up my flavour stash but not to sure how it works, it currently says I can not make any recipes . Any help would be great
have a read here https://e-liquid-recipes.com/guide
and pay attention to https://e-liquid-recipes.com/guide#Working_with_your_flavor_stash
This makes me wonder if you have your flavors entered correctly. Either that, or you’re in a unique geographic location that uses flavors that may not be used in the larger (more common) sense.
If you could link your stash, or list your flavors and how you entered them (include brands)…that would help.
Flavors in stash: 47
You have a few different problems with your stash…starting with spelling.
You need to read the guides that SmokyBlue linked above for a start. But I do have some questions, as well as observations.
I’m going to guess that English isn’t your primary language?
Spelling issues: Blue rasberry (FW),
Custard Doghnut Big Juice,
Angle Cake (SC) (WF),
Blue rasberry cotton candy (Cap)
Using someone else’s listing with a location number instead of the proper listing (which will have a MUCH higher recipe count): 4.Graham Cracker (Clear) (TPA)
These have no brand:
“Blueberry grape bubblegum”
“jam rolly polly”
“Rasperry” (as well as spelled wrong)
“Biscuit gravy (CHF)”: What is CHF supposed to represent?
“Cookie (PF)” I assume this is Pure Flavor?
You need to exercise more care and attention to detail when adding flavors to your stash. How well the system works is DIRECTLY DEPENDENT ON THE USER USING IT.
Two more things I would recommend reading:
And (as a reference)
To be fair for this entry, this is the correct one
Would be Chef’s flavours I have a bottle of it that was given as a freebie in an order. Not my profile, not the worse in custard/caramel/biscuit types I have tried. Feels CAP VC heavy. Wonder if it is CAP original one and whether Chef’s could be a bit more transparent about the DAAP contents of their one shots (maybe they are and I have not encoutered the information)
As for the OP, fix your flavours first and have a look.
You might find that there is not much you can do, or only recipe that do not float your boat. So you’ll probably have to take the similar recipes route, and the single flavour test route.
I find that looking at recipes which have useful comments under and working around their pairings, you can get far without the right flavours. You will do bad stuff along the way, don’t feel too bad about it
Good luck to you !
Wrong format for the brand, but I understand what you’re saying.
I figured it was Chef’s… But confirmed it anyways:
I’ll look into fixing or merging it later (depending on the results I get from the existing listings in the database).