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Class A Cottage Operations - any advice?

Alice5150 | Nov 18, 201401:08 PM     5

I have some killer dinner rolls that I'd love to sell in time for Thanksgiving (I know I'm close to the deadline, but I'm not looking for tons of customers, just a few for now). I've been looking into starting this as a home baking business, maybe moving on to decorating cakes later. When researching, I found a Class A Cottage Operation Permit is my best bet. Does anyone have any experience with this? Is the inspection really that crazy? I have my ServSafe for California and plan to be as clean as humanly possible, I just don't want any surprises. Thanks!

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