Israeli designer Nitsan Debbi has cooked up several pieces of technology made of bread, baking the components into fresh loaves. This has to be one of the most strange-yet-tasty projects we have seen.
The process was simple: Debbi removed the original casings from the gadgets used (clocks, radios and a flashlight), and embedded the technology into freshly baked loaves of bread. This has been done by the Industrial Design student of the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem to highlight the contrast between "high-tech and low-tech," creating an extremely distinctive look...and taste. What's more, they're fully functional! Just be sure to keep an eye on the shelf life.
Source: Nitsan Debbi