Unexpected Laws

Business By ziggytarheel Updated 6 Apr 2010 , 9:45pm by AmandaLP

ziggytarheel Posted 5 Apr 2010 , 3:42pm
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I thought this article brought up some issues that maybe some people hadn't thought about:


From the sound of this article, I'm not sure that cakes would be where they are enforcing this ordinance, but I thought it was at least interesting to think about. I know that before I started reading the forums, I always accepted what I'd heard that "all alcohol burns off in cooking". I now know that isn't the case at all.

At any rate, it got me thinking about areas of law you might have run into that you never expected would apply to you?

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mamawrobin Posted 5 Apr 2010 , 5:12pm
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So much for using vodka to paint on birthday cakes icon_lol.gif

tootie0809 Posted 5 Apr 2010 , 5:45pm
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I'm sorry, but I think that law is ridiculous. You'd have to have a lot of alcohol in something to make it affect someone, and to use it solely as flavoring, the amounts are minimal at best. Some laws are just silly.

JulieMN Posted 6 Apr 2010 , 2:41am
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Interesting...thanks for passing it on....

AmandaLP Posted 6 Apr 2010 , 9:45pm
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Wait, you cannot use vanilla extract? Which is FDA required to be 35% alcohol? Crazy!

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