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What is allowed in a non-commercial kitchen?

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    Rebeca Garcia

    Hello, all! I’ve been reading about the cottage food law and I understand it gives the advantage of very little regulation in low-risk food prepared at home. However, I am interested in prepared full meals which include protein. Is the only way to do this a commercial kitchen? Or, is there a process (as torturous as it may be) to make and sell such meals from your home? Thanks!

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    David Crabill
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    Yes, the only way is by using a commercial kitchen. You might be able to make meals in your home if you build a separate commercial kitchen in it. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial

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