What types of food can I sell from my home?

Cottage Foods that may be produced are: a baked good that is not a time and temperature control for safety (TCS) food, candy, coated and uncoated nuts, unroasted nuts butters, fruit butters, a canned jam or jelly, a fruit pie, dehydrated fruit or vegetables, including dried beans, popcorn and popcorn snacks, cereal, including granola, dry mix, vinegar, pickled fruit or vegetables, including beets and carrots, that are preserved in vinegar, brine, or similar solution at an equilibrium pH values of 4.6 or less, mustard, roasted coffee or dry tea, a dried herb or dried herb mix, plant-based acidified canned goods, fermented vegetable products, including products that are refrigerated to preserve quality, frozen raw and uncut fruit or vegetables, or any other food that is not a time and temperature control for safety food. 

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2. Can I sell food cooked at home?
3. What types of food can I sell from my home?
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