We/I get that. What we're trying to say is that is not the best way to start...assuming you want to learn how to create masterpieces of your own. DIYing is part art and part science (and part common sense & intuition...once you learn the nuances & attributes of the chemicals/flavors). One must master the basics & fundamentals (at some level) of any art or science before "creating".I'm looking for some good recipes on this forum as a starting point
If you don't learn/experience all the various flavors/ingredients/variables first-hand yourself (separately), you'll likely be extremely frustrated when you're experimenting & tweaking. Read Hoosier's Blogs E-Cigarette Forum - Hoosier - Blogs then get more details from dannyv45's blogs E-Cigarette Forum - dannyv45 - Blogs.
No one is trying to keep all the best recipes away from you (or make you search to find the posters that post 'the best ones'). It's just that we've all found (for the biggest part), that there are no 'best ones' (although there are posters/mixers that mix more according to our taste than others). We all have to tweak the recipes to get it to be the way it's right for us...but without *knowing* the attributes of each individual flavor & additive, it's impossible to tweak them to turn them into what is awesome for ourselves.
And this is very true:I know, having vapable juice is a bonus.. still.. a lot of advanced recipes, wont be posted. That is how the "upscale" juices are just that, well guarded secrets that belong to other mixers..Here's the 'starting point' that most all successful DIYers suggest: decide on a few individual flavors you're pretty sure you'd like to vape. Then get them, mix them (at varying percentages), and try them (try them on the day you mix; a couple-three days later; a week later, and 2 weeks later). After that, take the ones/percentages you like the best and 'tweak them' using various additives...until you perfect a few single flavors. At that point you'll have a good idea of what you're doing and 'how the process is going to work'. Then proceed from there at whatever pace you'd prefer.I'm looking for some good recipes on this forum as a starting point.
Of course, at any time you can do & mix whatever the heck you want to do...in whatever order you want to do it!
Edit: great advice here: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/for...y-gotonew.html