It's easy as fuck to make, but people act like you performed a miracle whenever you bake it. Ingredients are cheap as shit, the average loaf of bread costs forty cents to make. But then people who can't bake will turn around and spend $3-$5 for a loaf. Because it's "artisanal".
>>883106 yep, selling good that are to be consumed you'll need a food handler's license and submit to the work area being inspected at the health department's discretion, usually yearly, unless you get a violation, and if you fail to meet compliance selling any good produced in that work area can get you fined to hell and back
>>883113 not if baker anon does some networking, develops a list of regular clientele. could have delivery and pick-up service options available and could be started out of the home. could branch out into catering of pastries and desserts and any baked goods for large gatherings and functions. get contracts with local grocery stores, hotels, restaurants, clubs and event centers.
>>883170 this is not a huge barrier. and would just mark a certain commitment to doing it for real. food handlers permit is easy peasy and it's not hard to pass health inspections. it's all pretty common sense good healthy practice stuff.
>>883558 *Material* expenses, that is. Don't forget the costs, real and opportunity, of running the oven, spending the time, learning the craft, delivering the product to a salable location, etc. Still, bread's not a bad way to go. Basic process that's hundreds of years old, as long as the baker isn't stupid as fuck or lazy, and has a bit of business sense.
>>883060 The most expensive thing most people buy in their lifetime is a house. A lot of people fuck up their credit and can never buy one. So buy one and rent it out. The first one will be the hardest to get up and running but this a;ways pays off in the long run because you aren't dependent on the housing market like so many people back in the mid 2000s. The hard part is getting the money to buy a house. With no skills I've considered over the road trucking as you won't need a house to live in so everyone else's regular bills would be your extra bills and you'd be making money off of it.
>>883317 In my location any place that makes or prepares food, to be consumed at time of purchase or to be sold and consumed at a later date must have a dedicated area where only food preparations and cleaning of cook ware may take place. This generally means a kitchen in your a restaurant, or a dedicated building for cooking. Generally if you also use that building for living it's an automatic no go. They generally don't like even the of buildings that have an apartment above them, they prefer to only okay those if both sections each have 2 ingress/egress doors and permanent walls between them. They'll occasionally pass one that shares a backdoor via a shared stair case, but they may even ask for an inspection of the apartment to rule out possible water/sewage leaks and mold. Really, they can deny you for any reason in the end.
So op cooking bread out of his house probably won't be legal, someone might buy it, just don't get caught. Also, I'm not buying ops bread because he's probably on /gif/ while he's waiting for it to bake
OP, charities giving away free food have been shut down do to these types of regulations. Don't even think about doing this out of your house. Food production and sales are a nightmare all of their own.
If you are going to do this then look and see if you have a local business incubator. These normally have commercial kitchens that you can rent and contract through. Also these facilities have the space to deal in quantities to actually make it worth it.
There's an old spanish saying which, roughly paraphrased, says that rich people, even when they are niggardly, are more likely to waste money than poor people.
Recently I read an example of that. A man in a certain big city would pick things out of garbage bins and put them in small transparent cases. He tried to sell the novelties at five dollars each, but nobody was interested. Frustrated, he jokingly marked them up to fifty dollars, and the things started selling much better.
In short: Move to a place with a lot of wealthy people. Sell any stupid useless shit to them at elegantly high prices.
being generous and saying you can bake 3 loaves at once and they only take 25 minutes, you could make 6 loaves per hour for 5 hours in the morning before you went to a farmers market and sold every single one for 5 bucks a pop, and come home with $150. take off money for materials, renting space at the market, running costs for ovens, in a really excellent environment you could earn $100 a day. Of course the time investment sucks nutsacks and depending on where youre selling you might not offload every loaf every day and you could also pay up to $50 for a stall, which is the average price for a place at a farmers market near me. could also just get a job at a bakery. work equally shit hours but guaranteed the money.
Hotdog cart. There's one that wanders around downtown that calls himself "The Hotdog Pimp" and does most of his business at night when people are at the bars, and the guy is rolling in dough. Hotdog carts is where the real easy money's at brah.
>>885462 Depending on where they are located, perhaps not. Florida has a law titled 'Cottage Foods' that specifically deals with making/selling small quantities of baked goods. As long as you meet the requirements, you're good to go.
>>883349 Knitting is slightly more labor intensive than the baking suggestion, but a simple scarf takes a couple hours max with bulky/super bulky yarn and you don't have to deal with any real regulations, so it's not a terrible option. You can also use higher quality yarns in order to jack up the prices on certain products.
>>883395 >>885634 Not him, but I can answer. The kits can be found on Ebay for 120$ for the cheap chinese ones and on online shops for a little higher quality (and higher price). They do not require a battery, there is a magneto coil in the engine that feeds a CDI that powers the spark plug.
Just google "Motorized bike engine kit" to find everything you need. I bought and mounted a 48cc 2 stroke engine I got for 120$, best 120$ I ever spent.
>>883060 Kinda need more info than 'sell quickly and make a lot of money' The answer for those who have no morality problems is what was already hinted at: sex sells. Buying and selling guns is also very profitable, but you have to know what you're doing and be brave. My first analysis for you would be to get some seed money by doing something people don't like to do: Dog walker Pet Sitter House cleaner What kind of person are you? How far are you willing to go to make money? I don't just mean sex, I mean low down dirty jobs as well. If you're a girly girl (nothing wrong with that) do something that ugly girls will pay you for, like image consultant or hair stylist. Make up artist is also pretty profitable if you get regular clients. You have to tell us more about you for a better analysis of what you can do.
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