Food: Office Supplies
Edible Flavored Grease Markers + Tasty Rice Paper   (+7)  [vote for, against]
Eat your words! or drawings rather as this product is likely to be for children.

different strong flavors for different colors, draw a picture then crumple it up and eat it. draw a flavor masterpiece, just a slash of a crayon will add a strong flavor to your rice/pasta/bread paper. flavors could include; Pizza, Salt, Pepper, Mint, Cherry, Cheese, Peanut Butter, Jelly,

any strong flavor... help me out here...
-- monk, Aug 23 2003

Crayons you can eat http://www.planetar...sid/17295/story.htm
A tasty, nutritious treat for Leonardo de Munchy [k_sra, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

and the paper you would use: http://www.bakingsh...kes/ediblepaper.htm
[k_sra, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

I think we'll see this when we see salt-flavored bubble gum.
-- DeathNinja, Aug 23 2003

My kids have small edible post-it note type pads with markers, but there are no flavors... Actually there’s 1 flavor, 1 really yucky flavor. I can’t remember who made it though.
-- Shz, Aug 23 2003

"don't eat that picture, you will spoil your dinner."

this would be a nice idea if the children got something nutritionally valuable from it or even if it conditioned them to enjoy their sprouts. its worth a paper croissant.

welcome monk, have some fun trying to find a nice category for this.
-- po, Aug 24 2003

Neat idea, monk.
-- krelnik, Aug 24 2003

For high security documents, this would be far better than a shredder.
-- lurch, Aug 24 2003

I hate the flavor of FYEO documents. (Mmmmf, chew)

Why not go with the traditional flavors that go with rice paper? Wasabi, soy, ginger, fish paste, red bean, green tea, hot pepper, custard, peanut, green mellon and sea weed. +
-- sartep, Aug 25 2003

At first I thought... yum, greasy rice. Then I read on.

I like the plan - kids would eat it up. Ya oughta contact Binney & Smith.

Always thought they should make edible Play-Doh too. It's non-toxic, but I understand there's small amounts of kerosene in it to keep it pliable.
-- waugsqueke, Aug 25 2003

// kerosene in it to keep it pliable //

And flammable?

-- DeathNinja, Aug 25 2003

//And flammable?//

Goes great with a lego remote control or timer switch.
-- sartep, Aug 25 2003

I'm with [sartep] on the wasabi, etc. Also, I can't really believe this isn't baked....
(searches internet)
Aha! See links.
-- k_sra, Aug 25 2003

They've got this now, but the ink is food dye, and I think the "paper" is some kind of gum.
-- Tabbyclaw, Sep 02 2003

yeah but you can't draw them tabby, they come already printed. taste awful too.
-- monk, Jul 31 2004

No, the ones I'm talking about are blank and come with a marker.
-- Tabbyclaw, Jan 31 2005

capacin flavored?

horseradish flavored?

used gym sock flavored?
-- DesertFox, Jan 31 2005

I'll take Used Gym sock plesase {DeserFox].
I recognise that this is sheer weapons-grade magic, but it would be neat if the paper could taste like what you draw.
-- hidden truths, Sep 08 2005

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