Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Something to read with your breakfast
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To make a breadbook, one first uses a special slicing machine to cut the bread almost -but not entirely- through, leaving a 'hinge' at the side.
The best side to use for the hinge is the flat base.
Then, one adds text (and perhaps images) onto the sides of each slice. using an inkjet loaded with edible ink. The breadbook has to be opened to each non-blank slice for print-head access.
The outer side of the crusts may go unprinted; I recommend using a patterned mould when baking to emboss the title of the breadbook on the 'cover'.

Single bread-eater households (and those who are willing to peruse each other's bread prior to consumption) can have an entire story told throughout the loaf.
Multi-occupation households may buy breadbooks where each page has a single short story.

Loris, Apr 26 2024


       It would certainly bring new meaning to the phrase 'devouring books'...
Edie, Apr 26 2024

       And something special for Passover: a matzoh tablet, preprinted or ready for a seasonal message from your inkjet slab printer (Kosher for Passover, of course).
minoradjustments, Apr 27 2024

       If you printed a loaf with bible verses, you could literally 'cast your bread upon the waters'....for ducks
Edie, Apr 27 2024

       The marmalade would stick the pages together
pocmloc, Apr 27 2024


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