Ohmygoodies - a big Amen to you. You are very wise for your age.
Anywhere there is food there should be hair nets worn. I wear a hairnet and plastic gloves when I cook in my own home. Workers complained so much about having to wear hairnets because they didn't look good. Then there was a while you had to wear a hair net but your bangs could stick out
I did check on insurance and was suprise how inexpensive it was.
I am not afraid to post I can hold my own. I've seen other threads go to far and have to be locked, I just don't want it to get to that point. And I do feel that those that are license pounce on those who are not.
And, I have seen those who are very mean and personal to others.
I was in the third grade, many, many years ago and they showed a film about the life of a fly. Forget it, till this day a fly lands on my food I'm done.
In resturants I've seen flys, ants and roaches. They have a license. I've seen cooks go to the restroom and not wash their hands. They have a license. I've seen cooks put leftover rice/soup from the busing tray back into the pot. They have a license. I have seen inspectors get paid off, alot of good an inspection made. I've seen a young cook wash his car floor mat in the dishwasher where the dishes go. They had a license.
At least the people that know me know I'm clean and they fell safe with my baking.
I guess what I'm trying to say if I want to buy a loaf of banana bread from the woman down the street I should be able to. I know she doesn't have a license and it's my choice to buy from her. I have a huge problem not being able to have a right to make my own choice. The government is always trying to find a way to tell us how to live.
Besides the government getting money the license serves another purpose. Some people think if a place has a license it's a safe place to eat it gives them comfort. That is their choice.
stefy - what did you mean about illegally cause hardship on legal? what