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Pastry chefs are raising thousands for charities like Planned Parenthood

LOS ANGELES - On a recent sun-shot afternoon outside the Manufactory in downtown Los Angeles, a crowd collected around tables loaded with ornate cakes, decorated with fresh flowers, piped frosting and buttercream slogans that read "mind your own uterus" and "no more hangers." It was a community action meeting masquerading as a high-end bake sale; Michelle Obama meets Antoine Careme.

Around the country, pastry chefs are banding together and throwing old-fashioned bake sales to raise

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