Business By sister340 Updated 9 Jul 2010 , 2:52pm by minicuppie

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sister340 Posted 9 Jul 2010 , 3:59am
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I need to know if you use preservatives in your baked items? I never have, but have just gotten the opportunity to sale in larger quantities and now I'm wondering if it is standard practice or not? I remember when I was a little girl and my 4-H cookies went to the state fair. Along with my ribbon and instructions on how to submit, was a package of preservative and instructions on how to add it to the cookies to send to the fair.
Can you let me know what you think about this?

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minicuppie Posted 9 Jul 2010 , 2:52pm
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IMO, the whole point of home (or bakery) baking is the knowledge that you are eating fresh, unadulterated food. The preservative for the 4H thing was so the judges could decide a winner without the danger of getting sick. The entries would have the advantage of a longer shelf life as food judging can take days.

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