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Geometric Donuts

Donuts in shapes other than toroid, sphereoid, bar, or fritter
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Sure, we all love the traditional donut shapes. We need donuts in the shapes of various platonic solids. Tetrahedron, dodecahedron, etc.. Or perhaps 3d surfaces like cones and catenoids. Maybe hypersurfaces too!
DeathNinja, Jul 25 2003

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       Use the shape to indicate the filling. I hate it when I want Boston cream and suddenly bite into slimy jelly.
kbecker, Jul 25 2003

       This is a great idea! As kbecker said, you could use the different shapes to distinguish the flavor and a cube shape would be a cool shape for a piece of food.
darkknight_152002, Jul 26 2003

       Who thought of toroid shape anyway? How 'bout a pretzel shape for my donut too, or a yummy dodecahedron. In fact the name dodecahedron sounds scrumptious. +
sartep, Jul 26 2003

       mmm.... donuts!
Cedar Park, Jul 26 2003

       Someone's going to ask what shape a custard-filled doughnut would be. That someone might as well be me.
Jezzie, Jul 26 2003

       [shakes head]
waugsqueke, Jul 26 2003

       This could be extended to toast and other baked bread products. I propose making bread in the shape of mobius strips, which are one sided. No longer would we wonder why buttered toast always lands buttered side down.
syperchaic, Jul 26 2003

       Coming up next on the Halfbakery, Mobius Bread Toasters!
Cedar Park, Jul 27 2003

       And "Moebius Bread Toaster Warmer Racks"
DeathNinja, Jul 27 2003

       Most of the shapes you've suggested are all the same shape anyway.
Detly, Jul 27 2003

       I have yet to see a 2D doughnut [deathninja]. Are they a diet thing?
squeak, Jul 28 2003

       Not to be confused with 2rd
thumbwax, Jul 28 2003

       Donuts are shaped the way they are because if they weren't, they wouldn't cook through in the midle.
dbsousa, Aug 26 2003

       And here I am eating toroidal donuts like a sucker.
Worldgineer, Aug 26 2003

       what about microwavable dounuts? If we laced them with ice, then we could heat them from frozen using a microwave? (theoretically, I'm not a specialist in the field of doughnut physics... oh... I had a strange thought then... I could invent doughnut physics... or doughnubiosytological physics... I have WAYYY to much free time)   

       >> oh yeah... and we wouldn't need a vacuole in the centre
Ossalisc, Aug 26 2003

       "We offer units in nuclear physics, particle and high energy physics, protien physics, astrophysics, nectarotoroidal physics, electrodynamics..."
Detly, Aug 26 2003

       yeah, but do any of the have a measure of 'Scrumptiousness' (Scr), or (Ty) Tasty=9.1235417632415 Scu (the metric IS version)
Ossalisc, Aug 27 2003

       [+] I perfectly love this idea! I'm thinking it must have lost its buns in the Great Donut Crash of '04.
xandram, Oct 03 2012

       Klein Bottle donuts … infinitley sugary.
8th of 7, Oct 03 2012


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