Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Bone Bakery Machine

Be he live or be he dead, I'll grind his bones to make my bread
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In Jack and the Beanstalk, the giant threatens to grind bones to make bread. If you can bake bones (granted, a dubious proposition) then why not:

The Bone Bakery Machine!

Insert leftover bones from your carnivorous habits. Bone Bakery Machine dries them, grinds them, and (with a few pre-packaged ingredients available from our online store) kneads and bakes them into bread or tasty croissants!

Turn your bones to baked goods with the Bone Bakery Machine!

The Bone Bakery Machine: "More of a Scary Threat than Recipe Advice" — hippo, Mar 23 2009

(not sold in stores)

cindik, Mar 23 2009

Bone Bread http://www.troynova...Bones-to-Bread.html
Bread from the bones of dead people in 1590 [cindik, Mar 23 2009]

Adulteration http://chestofbooks...n-Of-Bread-And.html
Not as much fun as adultery. [coprocephalous, Mar 23 2009]

Fishbone to Croissant conversion Fishbone_20to_20Croissant_20conversion
similar sans machine [csea, Mar 23 2009]

bonemeal exists as a fertilizer... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_meal
[xandram, Mar 23 2009]

it's callled a *bone crusher* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_crusher
[xandram, Mar 23 2009]

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       I think it was more of a scary threat than recipe advice.
hippo, Mar 23 2009
  

       In the Bad Old Days before trading standards legislation, bone or bone ash was a common adulterant of flour. So baked, I'm afraid.
coprocephalous, Mar 23 2009
  

       Bone this idea all you want... I'm feeding the bones into my machine!
cindik, Mar 23 2009
  

       Have a bone, if you can make it into a croissant, you get the next for free
loonquawl, Mar 23 2009
  

       See manual method [link].
csea, Mar 23 2009
  

       //I think it was more of a scary threat than recipe advice.// [marked-for-tagline]
po, Mar 23 2009
  
      
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