I believe I have a mango base I’d like to use as a stone:
I get how to create a one shot/stone by using the wrench and clicking make one shot. But I’ve searched and can’t figure out how to then add the one shot I’ve created to recipes. Is there a way to save it? Also, so once I’ve created this stone, per the recipe i would use 5.7% of this in a recipie?
Yeah, you need a recipe to mix up the Stone / Base, you really don’t need to save it as a flavor in the database unless you care to share it with others, I just keep stones as a recipe in a separate folder on my recipe page,
Yeah if it’s in your flavor stash as a Flavor, you still have to mix it up first. You can use the create one shot feature, but I just use adjust total flavor percentage feature and adjust to 100%, zero Nic, 100% Pg and save
You need create a recipe and enter your Stone as a flavor and it will be added to the database. Then make sure you go to that new flavor that you created in the database and enter notes / flavors / percentages for others to use if wanted. Here’s one I use my Bubblegum Base in,
Also if you Don’t want to create a Flavor in the database or share your Stone, you can just use a Substitute flavor in place of your Stone when mixing a recipe,
ie, use Apple (Flavorah) @5.7% in place of Scifoc’s Mango Stone
You’re just begging me to pick up several stones and throw them at your windows…
“if you Don’t want to create a Flavor in the database”
ANY entry you make, goes into the database. As a publicly viewable flavor.
“you can just use a Fictitious flavor”
so. Suggesting people intentionally pollute the database?
Thanks. I can’t TELL you how much I appreciate that.
I have practically BEGGED from very early on (in trying to clean up the mess) that if you’re going to create a custom flavor entry, that it be done with “obviously identifiable means” (loosely paraphrased).
DO use the word STONE.
DO use the word BASE.
DO use your username, or other proper name.
I’ve also warned that if you DO NOT want to follow the above suggestions, don’t come crying to me later that your shit got merged because it wasn’t easily understood that it was a (and here’s the key word) VALID custom entry!!!
I’ve seen and fixed far too many bullshit entries over the years, thanks to “a moment of comic genius”, or ardent sarcasm, or intentionally creating stress and work thanks to being pissed at the forum, or at another user, or just being an asshat in general.
But if it’s saved as a recipe like you’ve suggested, is there any way to modify the flavor percentages like @fidalgo_vapes was talking about? I’m mixing for two people - each who have a hard time tasting things, but to differing levels. If I save and mix up a One Shot/Stone it would let me increase by x% for person A and by y% for person B. I’m not seeing how I could do that if I saved a Stone as a recipe, unless I’m missing something. (but I can’t see any way to save a Stone)
Edit: Hell, I’d be happy if I could find a way to copy/paste the Stone into a text editor so I could print several of them off to pull the flavors I need. My printer is recently possessed and not letting me print more than a few pages before I have to restart both it and my computer, so need to cram as much info onto each page as I can get.
Yes, you can enter the OneShot/Stone or Flavor Base as I call it at any percentage in a recipe if you have it pre- mixed up as a flavor concentrate, just enter it in the recipe as you would any other flavor at whatever percentage you choose