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The article doesn't mention cakes - are those listed in the bill itself?

http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id...

Here is where all the bill info is. I haven't gotten all the info out of it yet.

Here it is, the section on what types of foods:

114365.5.
(a) The department shall adopt and post on its Internet Web site a list of not potentially hazardous foods and their ethnic variations that are approved for sale by a cottage food operation. A cottage food product shall not be potentially hazardous food, as defined in Section 113871.
(b) This list of nonpotentially hazardous foods shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following:
(1) Baked goods without cream, custard, or meat fillings, such as breads, biscuits, churros, cookies, pastries, and tortillas.
(2) Candy, such as brittle and toffee.
(3) Chocolate-covered nonperishable foods, such as nuts and dried fruit.
(4) Dried fruit.
(5) Dried pasta.
(6) Dry baking mixes.
(7) Fruit pies, fruit empanadas, and fruit tamales.
(8)  Granola, cereals, and trail mixes.
(9) Herb blends and dried mole paste.
(10) Honey and sweet sorghum syrup.
(11) Jams, jellies, preserves, and fruit butter that comply with the standard described in Part 150 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
(12) Nut mixes and nut butters.
(13) Popcorn.
(14) Vinegar and mustard.
(15) Roasted coffee and dried tea.
(16) Waffle cones and pizelles.



Eileen S said:

The article doesn't mention cakes - are those listed in the bill itself?

I think where you may fall down is this one little line:

(1) Baked goods without cream, custard, or meat fillings, such as breads, biscuits, churros, cookies, pastries, and tortillas.

That may mean you would be limited in the types of frostings and fillings you can use. 

 It is limiting, but less than so than no Cottage law:) 

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