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Adirondack case guy

01-05-2013 14:38:10

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Amish bakery signs all over around here. plus during the summer they will park their buggies just down the street from the State subsidised local farmers market where venders have to privide proof of insurance (Very expensive around here for food venders,& depending upon produce sold ( canned or pickled) are required to undergo state and county inspections, plus pay for lot space.) The Amish parked block away, selling out of their buggy do their business without the regs. How come??? After seeing some of these people, I don't want a loaf of bread they made!!!, yet some people think it has to be the best, as it is grown ((organically)) in fresh, uncomposted cow , pig and chicken dung,HeHe. The Amish baker probably came directly from chores in the barn, to baking bread and pies. LOL
Loren the Acg.

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60 acre hillside

01-05-2013 17:24:04

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 Re: cottage food producers in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-05-2013 14:38:10  
I can imagine a heavy Amish lady stirring a big pot of jam and sweat drops and underarm hair dropping into the pot. I do not pay extra for Amish products. I think I can make jelly and pickles just as good for myself.

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