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Anybody used The Bakery Guidebook by Gina Martelli??

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I was wondering if anyone has purchased this book in order to start a bakery business. I read through the website and the information sounds good, but I'm wondering if it's truly helpful to have, or can I find better information elsewhere?
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post #2 of 7
Did you ever purchase the book from Gina Martelli - Bakery Guidebook? I found it on a google search and it looks like a good resource (they always do) and wondered if anyone had any experience with this. Look forward to hearing from you.
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Can someone post a link?
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Well, I haven't, but I was curious so I googled Gina Martelli. I find it interesting that I can't find anything at all that indicates she owns or runs a successful bakery, so . . . . take that for what it's worth.
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Originally Posted by CookieMeister

Well, I haven't, but I was curious so I googled Gina Martelli. I find it interesting that I can't find anything at all that indicates she owns or runs a successful bakery, so . . . . take that for what it's worth.



You are right. It looks like one of those pick an occupation that is hot and write a book. Plug in the word bakery on every topic and they will eat it up. From the video I found you could plug in reataurant, doggie daycare, or even beauty salon and it would all be the same information.
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post #6 of 7
My cousin sells crap like this, and he makes tons of cash off of people buying his little ebooks. I'd say don't waste your money buying a guidebook unless you can verify that the person who wrote it actually runs a successful business themselves.
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Thats awsome.. Thanks all
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