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Ebook Discount

I am relenting once again to numerous requests from Kababayans in far flung Cavite, Batangas, laguna etc., I know you guys want to learn how to at least make a pandesal and sell them, so here it is, i am offering a discount to the Ebook, you can now purchase the formula tested recipes for only $30.00, not $55 or $45 but just $30.00. You will need at least 2 weeks to browse over the recipes, this guy from Bulacan who is Italian managed to bake his own Pandesal and now selling breads out of the Ebook alone. Go to my website and start learning how to make Pandesal, Ensaimada, Monay, Soft buns etc,. I guarantee you that you will be able to sell your breads before Christmas.

Speaking of Christmas, this will probably my first Christmas where i will not be able to sell my gift boxes. Bawal dito sa New York mag tinda ng baked goods at home. You cannot bake at home and sell them. Only 11 states allow that. I think they should slacken their rules so they can help those who are out of work to get something small started at home, don't you think? Unlike in our country, we can sell anything we want from our kitchen. Bawal dito. You will be penalized, in fact, i read somewhere that the authorities hunt down these home-based business. tsk tsk tsk. There are so many Americans out there who want to bake at home and sell them on a regular basis since the cost of renting and capitalization is enormous. Mailing the goodies is easy, ang ganda ng mail system here, excellent i would say.


My orders would come the exact date the supplier promises. No delays, sometimes before noon the package arrives on your doorstep. In my case, my post office is just 4 blocks away!!! Sayang di ba? I could bake specialty items such as my cinnamon rolls, ensaimadas, spanish breads, and my cookies pero hindi pwede. Pati ang may ari ng house where you live, will be penalized. Oh my!


So you guys in the Philippines are lucky, most of the students who attended my classes do not even get a permit but are selling for years, except the ones in Marikina and Makati. I also had one student from Batangas who was visited by a Sanitation Inspection when his competitor reported him to the City Hall. Apparently, he was outselling him after our session, putting up fresher versions of the pan de coco and spanish breads, his improved Pandesal caught his neighbor's eye and he got busted. Ala eh!


I am still in contact with some of my students dating back 2003 to the very last ones i had before i left the country. I must say that beyond what i earned out of teaching the hands on class is the joy of friendship i got out of this passion from bread making. I do not advertise my facebook, but somehow they find me!!! Thank you guys!!!

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