A bill moving through the Legislature dealing with some homemade food products goes far beyond pies and cakes.
A state Senate bill called the Oklahoma Cottage Food Law is advancing in the House. It's carried by Representative Dennis Casey of Morrison, but Representative Jeannie McDaniel of Tulsa has questions.
"What all does this include? I'm looking here and seeing jams, jellies, candies. Does this include meat? You even have seafood here, I think."
"I think it deals with non-time and temperature control of the food safety product," Casey said.
The bill calls for individuals who sell food produced in home kitchens to be exempt from State Health Department inspections, as long as they don't make more than $20,000. a year from food sales.
Some lawmakers want an exemption for beekeepers selling honey.
It cleared the House Public Health Committee on Tuesday, and goes to Conference Committee.
(Rep. Dennis Casey, (R) - Morrison.)
(Rep. Jeannie McDaniel, (D) - Tulsa.)