Did you know that there are good sugars and bad sugars? I thought ALL sugar was bad, so when I googled “good sugar” to see if it was already a person stealing my great idea for a business name, I was really surprised to learn that there is such a thing as “good” sugar.
See, I’ll show you. It’s all right here: Good vs. Bad Sugar. If you don’t feel like reading all of that, basically all you need to know is that any kind of sugar that isn’t in the food to begin with is bad sugar. So the sugar that’s in fruits and veggies = good. The sugar that is in cookies = bad. To a point. Don’t eat cookies all day, every day, unless you’re perfecting your cookie recipes and opening a cookie bakery (guilty). Even then at least you’re still getting food in your belly.
Anyways. Thank you so very much for checking out Good Sugar Baking. I’m very dedicated to baking the best cookies for you and sharing that money with good causes, such as this month’s non-profit: Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado. I have seen so much support in Good Sugar already and it’s incredible. Without your support, none of this would be possible. And it’s only going to get better.
Please, please reach out to me with any questions, ideas, concerns, literally ANYTHING. I want your input. I want to hear that my Facebook page needs better photos or that I never replied to your Instagram message, that my pricing structure is the worst thing ever, or about how amazing/great/terrible/mediocre my cookies were. No small business can be successful without input. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!