>> To some extent this is how we do it in CA. It does result in some oddities - A brownie is taxed, but brownie mix isn't for example... <<Others I remember from California (at least this is how it was as of 2003 when we left the state):Popped popcorn is taxable but unpopped kernels were not.If you go to a sandwich shop and order to eat at the establishment, it's always taxable, but if you order "to go" it's NOT taxable *if it's a cold sandwich*. Hot sandwiches are always taxed as are sandwiches eaten on the premises. Cold "to go" orders are tax-exempt.Odd stuff. Who thinks of these things?#29
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