Food: Sweet: Shape
Edible CDs   (+8, -3)  [vote for, against]
All this talk of edible non-edible DVDs is making me hungry

Laser-imprinted sugar glass discs.

Might have to make them a bit thicker than regular CDs, but I think it is feasible.
-- DrCurry, Aug 13 2002

Preston's Candy & Ice Cream
They make chocolate CDs. Not functional, but I think they come in a CD case! [monkeywidget, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Pop it in your CD drive and watch Capn Crunch commercials!
-- BinaryCookies, Aug 13 2002

Good for that mid-morning sugar craving while stuck at the office. Can we make them in pixie stick flavors?
-- Susen, Aug 13 2002

Novel for practical jokes. Mid-meeting. Everybody's tense. Suddenly, blurt out "I CAN'T TAKE IT ANY MORE!" as you ingest an M$ office lookalike.
-- watermelancholy, Aug 13 2002

waterm, how many tense meetings have *you* been stuck in? :-)

(too much insight for a 13 year old!)
-- Susen, Aug 13 2002

Not if he is a boy scout. Look up your local troop, and sit through a meeting as you watch frazzled adult leaders try to get 5 groups of 8 kids to take care of a task as simple as creating a menu for 2-day campout.
-- BinaryCookies, Aug 13 2002

Thanks. I help out at my dad's office from time. Making coffee runs and the like, but I butt in when necessary. =D [By the way, on my 'lookalike' comment: Ice cream parlors here have a service they call Freeze Frame-- in which an image is printed on sugar 'paper' and put on a cake. Is this viable here?]
-- watermelancholy, Aug 13 2002

I know it wasn't an actual functioning CD, but Microsoft did distribute chocolate CD's in a jewel case at a seminar I attended a couple of years ago. I think it may have been DevDays.
-- half, Aug 13 2002

1) Open AOL CD case. Insert into CD-ROM drive
2) Follow onscreen directions
3) Eject CD
4) Peel off foil and enjoy a tart citrus or fresh berry flavor treat.

I don't think they'd work quite the same in the microwave, however..
-- Mr Burns, Aug 13 2002

Apparently FreezeFrame is a trademark of Baskin & Robbin. But it still sounds very viable for CDs.
-- watermelancholy, Aug 13 2002

Keep them away from CD burners.
-- FarmerJohn, Aug 13 2002

<off-topic>FreezeFrame is also a trademark of Optical and Electronic Research.</off-topic>
-- angel, Aug 13 2002

UB: Anything more than 5-6 seconds and you're looking to enjoy a side order of fried magnetron as well..
-- Mr Burns, Aug 13 2002

Glad you rectified that before I had to institute a google search. I thought you were insulting Pop.
-- watermelancholy, Aug 13 2002

ok, so if you buy a new album and it turns out you think it sucks, then you eat it? lol....after paying like $20 for it too cause of all the copyright
-- dingbats247, Aug 14 2002

UB: As long as lentil flour contains a small percentage of water, it probably would not hurt the microwave. I don't even know what a poppadum is, in my limited experience with food consumption..
-- Mr Burns, Aug 14 2002

Poppadum preach...

I don't think breadible CD's would last very long. And who would market the requisite players? Pan-asonic?

This idea is still good, though, especially if the sugar discs actually played music.
-- polartomato, Aug 16 2002

Lamb cops?

Different flavo(u)rs for different music. I'm imagining Ozzy Razzberry or Pepsi Brittney.

I bet Oasis would taste horrible.
-- waugsqueke, Aug 16 2002

And then you could have a special toilet which plays the CD when it's coming out the old digestion system
-- amazing, Aug 16 2002

OH NO! I just ate my favorite song. DANG!
-- jeffman, Jul 25 2003

Why is my CD player covered in ants?
-- Worldgineer, Nov 20 2003

Perfect for The Archies, I should imagine.
-- Fishrat, Jul 28 2004

Basically, this won't work because the disc will fly apart at operating RPM. However, I like it anyway.
-- zigness, Mar 15 2006

I don't think sugar glass would fall apart... What can the reflective inside be made of?
-- Voice, Jul 19 2007

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