FAIR TRADE PLEASE~!

October 5, 2009

FAIR TRADE PLEASE~!

I believe that the majority of Restaurant City players are using Restaurant City Market as one of the most helpful tool for trading ingredients. icon:f_f_banana icon:a3_leftright icon:f_f_apple icon:a3_leftright icon:f_bread icon:a3_leftright icon:f_medamayaki




icon:body2_a_paper In case, for those who do not have any idea on what's Restaurant City Market is icon:h_hatena01 
Click icon:body3_te03 to know more before you continue icon:face2_catfaceicon:body3_te03 










Today...I would just want to say...



icon:o_p22_mail2TRADE FAIRLY PLEEEAAAASSSEEEEicon:mark3_sign04icon:mark3_sign03 icon:face2_cryingicon:h_kira02 




Don't you ever get frustrated when you get 20 over trade requests with all UNFAIR trade requests, moreover from the same person all in a row icon:mark3_sign02 icon:face2_bearingicon:h_annoy





Restaurant City Market is created as a reference for all Restaurant City residents to trade. icon:f_medamayakiicon:a3_leftrighticon:f_c_softicon:body2_a_good


Having Restaurant City Market, we get to know each other needs and if it matched, we request to add that person to our friend list in Facebook. icon:face5_boyicon:mark3_sign05icon:face5_girl


We also have a STATISTICS graph to let us know which are the most wanted and unwanted ingredientsicon:mark3_sign01icon:f_c_cake icon:a2_up icon:f_kinoko02 icon:a2_down


The STATISTICSicon:mark3_sign04icon:a2_down2

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Oh yes, this really helps a lot and make our trading business so much easier to be doneicon:mark3_sign01
Real thanks to the founder of Restaurant City Marketicon:mark3_sign03icon:mark3_sign04 Yannick Delwiche




However, why do everyone tends to TRADE UNFAIRLY STILL icon:mark3_sign02icon:mark3_sign02 icon:face2_angryicon:h_annoy

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Why why WHYicon:mark3_sign02icon:mark3_sign02 icon:face2_bearing icon:h_hatena04





Let's say, even if I've set "Give" for cream or milk and "Want" for noodles or corn, that doesn't mean the above trade request is acceptable...it's not a fair trade... icon:face4_kao-a15


People should know, noodles, corns, saffron, and all are easier to get. 

Whyicon:mark3_sign02 

Coz, menu that needs these ingredients is not much. Maybe only 1 menu that needs them which literally means that everybody yearn to give them away~icon:mark3_sign01icon:face2_gawkicon:h_sweat02


For example, 


Noodle is only used in icon:f_noodleYakibuta Ramenicon:f_noodle   (Noodle needed x10)

Corn is only used in icon:f_x_coffeSweetcorn Soupicon:f_x_coffe  (Corn needed x10)

Saffron is only used in icon:an_honeSeafood Paellaicon:an_hone  (Saffron needed x10)



Compare to, icon:w_5_l_thunder



Cream is used in icon:no01Pumpkin Soup, icon:no02Sweetcorn Soup, icon:no03Creme Brulee,  icon:no04Banana Split, icon:no05Sundae, icon:no06Pomegranate Parfait and icon:no07Vanilla Hot Chocolateicon:mark3_sign03icon:mark3_sign03 icon:f_x_coffeicon:f_x_coffe02icon:f_c_softicon:f_x_b_osake02icon:f_c_prinicon:face2_deliciousicon:h_heart09  (Cream needed x70)


Milk is used in Cream of icon:no01Mushroom Soup, icon:no02Vegetable Chowder, icon:no03Mango Pudding, icon:no04Vanilla Panna Cotta, icon:no05Coffee, icon:no06Chocolate Milkshake, icon:no07Strawberry Milkshake and icon:no08Royal Bubble Teaicon:mark3_sign03icon:mark3_sign03icon:mark3_sign03icon:f_x_coffeicon:f_x_coffe02icon:f_x_coffe03icon:f_c_softicon:f_c_prinicon:f_c_cake2icon:f_c_cakeicon:f_x_baricon:face2_deliciousicon:h_heart09  (Milk needed x80)



7 or 8 times Cream & Milk is needed and without a fair trade, they are hard to collecticon:mark3_sign01




Example of some FAIR TRADE~icon:mark3_sign01which is rare~icon:mark3_sign03 icon:h_kira01

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A fair trade doesn't need to be exactly trading with the ingredients in the same level according to the statistic. But at least something nearer and reasonableicon:mark3_sign01icon:f_f_bananaicon:a3_leftrighticon:f_f_apple icon:face2_happy01icon:body2_a_good


In the end, we still need to think about what we really need for our menu.icon:face2_delicious


Manage and think wiselyicon:mark3_sign03icon:o_flairicon:face2_happy02icon:body3_te03






Not something like thisicon:mark3_sign04icon:mark3_sign03 icon:face2_gawkicon:h_okoru

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Remember, this is just a selfish act and I don't think this will be a good trade.icon:face2_bearingicon:a2_down






It is understandable for people who are new,

but totally just hard to understand for people who are already in High - Max level who send all UNFAIR TRADE REQUESTicon:mark3_sign01 icon:face2_angryicon:h_annoy

1 unfair trade is still nice,

20~30 UNFAIR TRADE REQUESTS at one time is RUDEicon:mark3_sign04icon:mark3_sign03icon:face2_angryicon:h_annoyicon:h_annoy






Let's be nice when being a neighbor in Restaurant City icon:h_heart08 

TRADE FAIRLYicon:mark3_sign04icon:mark3_sign03 icon:f_f_bananaicon:a3_leftrighticon:f_f_apple icon:face2_delicious icon:h_heart08



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Got it! Thanks a lot again for hleping me out!

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