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Home > Article > So you think you want to be a…Pastry chef
April 9, 2008 12:20 by Louis
December 19, 2013
Recently received an email from a woman in the Dubai who wanted information about operating a home-based bakery since she loved to decorate cakes and cookies. It appears the law does not allow home-based baking of low risk products. In the US we have “cottage laws” that allow bakers to bake from home for profit and sell to the public and/or at local Farmers’ Markets. Is this possible in the Dubai or must you work only from a commercial kitchen facility?
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