I have recently been able to start reviewing suggested edits for posts. Most are not an issue to process.
One type I have come to simply skipping at this point is an edit which seeks to add additional solutions to an existing answer. Often these are answers which have been accepted and are now being edited by, often, lower level users to include some addition to the existing answer or provide an additional method.
This has been done against accepted answers from users with a good amount (+20k) of reputation.
I am stuck to know if I should accept these suggested edits. While they may be technically correct it would be more acceptable to post their own answer. There may have also been a reason why the original answer didn't include such information. Since it doesn't fall into a specific reject reason I have taken to skipping them.
What would be an acceptable method of dealing with these posts?