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Unread 03-15-2013, 12:51 PM   #31
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Unread 03-21-2013, 10:39 PM   #32
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I don't want to take this off-topic, but food safety is incredibly important.
I've been in Florida, other restaurants and food carts appear to be able to comply. There are good reasons for health departments and their rules.
A few months ago, someone posted a story of a restaurant dragging in a deer carcass. Without these rules, there would be serious health issues with dining out as some people have no morals and would serve anything to make a buck.
Here in Birmingham all the regulations have to do with brick and mortars lobbying the city council aggressively to make it hard for food trucks and food trailers to survive. I'm sure that safety has a little to do with it too, but mostly in this city it's politics. That's why I hold some angst against food regulatory bodies.

Sorry if that was off topic. But thanks for the link, I've been to the VPN site before but never done a whole lot of reading. I started making pies with my Ischia starter and have never looked back. I think that wild yeast leavening is so much better than commercially made yeast.
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Here in Birmingham all the regulations have to do with brick and mortars lobbying the city council aggressively to make it hard for food trucks and food trailers to survive. I'm sure that safety has a little to do with it too, but mostly in this city it's politics. That's why I hold some angst against food regulatory bodies.

Sorry if that was off topic. But thanks for the link, I've been to the VPN site before but never done a whole lot of reading. I started making pies with my Ischia starter and have never looked back. I think that wild yeast leavening is so much better than commercially made yeast.
Right on! I'll be in Ischia in April
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