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post #31 of 33
In my state, I can get my kitchen licensed WITH animals, as long as they're locked up during baking, decorating, etc. I have two very small dogs but they shed a lot, so I chose not to have a home business even though I'm allowed to. I do free cakes for everyone, which is expensive for me, LOL. But I've been doing it that way for over ten years now.
post #32 of 33
I completely understand how some feel about pets as well as the fact that some restaurants are less sanitary than a home with pets. As some have said, it goes back to the person. I love my sister to death but I was recently at our grandmother's and she was preparing cookies. She has chickens so she brought fresh eggs to use but did not wash them off first. I understand you can not wash the "bloom" off until you are ready to use them but then for goodness sakes.. wash them before you crack them open.. I was completely disgusted. I have pets and I secure them somewhere else before I do my prep cleaning until I am completely finished and the cakes are in a box safely stored away. I would imagine there may still be those that are turned off but I feel my process is very sanitary.
post #33 of 33
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Originally Posted by Darthburn

Doesn't really matter what you say to prove that you have a clean kitchen and 110% impecible hygiene practice while baking cakes with pets and / or kids in your house... BK13 is just one of those people that is going to say whatever is needed to make thier point and stir the pot.

But let's be real... no matter where you go... restaurants, fast food, friends houses... you can never guarantee there is no 'extras' in your food. The behind the scenes people not wearing hair nets, beard nets, not washing after the bathroom, coming in to work sick, coughing, sneezing, tasting.

So to those of you that go above and beyond to be concious of what goes in your cakes, I applaud you.



Not too long ago, I was watching a cake show and the client paid $15,000 for a cake, this cake had edible glitter which was blown onto the cake by the maker by holding it on his hand and blowing onto cake, only about 4 inches from the cake, also most cake makers do not use gloves, how can anyone be sure of clean hands??
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