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Simona19

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I am impressed! I have been to so many gluten-free bakeries in several states and your goodies are much better. Most just offer cookies and overly iced cupcakes. Have always purchased but have never gone back for seconds. I used to be a pretty good baker. Presentation was not my forte, but the taste......still baking but I am like those lower level gluten-free bakeries. Just cookies and cupcakes. I have not even attempted working with yeast again.

Do not give up your dream yet. There has to be a way! Have relatives in CA?

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Yummy! Your baked goods look so delicious.

I was going to suggest exactly what you said. Maybe you could get a job at a gluten free bakery in your area for a while and see what it is all about before taking the plunge on your own.

Be careful about sharing your recipes with them though. I'm sure you worked hard to perfect them. 

Maybe a bakery would offer to buy the recipes from you??? Or maybe you could create a gluten free baked goods cookbook and sell it.

Amazon.com lets people publish their books for digital Kindle download. Go to https://kdp.amazon.com/ for more info.

Your knits are adorable. Have you tried listing them on Etsy? I have bought probably 40 knit sweaters for my pups on that site.

Good luck!

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Oops! I see they removed the name of the online retailer I mentioned. I didn't know I couldn't mention their name here.

Hopefully you will know which one I meant. The online retailer that makes and sells the Kindle.

Best of luck to you!

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I was on etsy.com provably 3 years ago. I posted 4 sweaters, but nobody bought them, so I let it go. Currently I have 14 sweaters and baby dresses for sale. I'm planning to advertise them again on etsy under Simona's boutique (I don't know, if I can write my name here, if not, so remove it).

 

I wish from all my hearth that I could open a big gluten-free, cf, and nut free bakery and supply all you guys. Maybe using overnight delivery like Omaha, or Shari's (chocolate covered strawberries). I know that I would be successful. I have a "know how", but I need money and place. :angry: :angry: :rolleyes::)

Maybe one day....

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Oops! I see they removed the name of the online retailer I mentioned. I didn't know I couldn't mention their name here.

Hopefully you will know which one I meant. The online retailer that makes and sells the Kindle.

Best of luck to you!

We usually say it like Amazon. And that works. It's the ".com" part that makes it a link.

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simona, every recipe i have ever tried of yours has been off the charts delicious!!  :)  and those sweaters are beautiful.  maybe try the farmer's market where you could sell both at once?  i wonder what the health code/criteria is for selling food at farmer's market.  i know we are allowed to sell canned stuff down here and the stall fee is pretty cheap.  something to try, anyway, and once you are out there, you can network and meet people who may be able to help you start something.  i have faith in your talent :)  good luck, whatever you decide.

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