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Body Bakery Gory Delights !!!

Updated on April 28, 2014

Who brings the bread home?

There must be thousands of bakeries selling breads in all kinds of shape, size and flavor. What prompted me to write about this bakery and bread? Well there are different kinds of breads to satisy your hunger and taste buds and they make up about one third of our diet, I guess they should! There are atleast two hundred varieties of bread sold in the UK from from different origins like pumpernickel, baguette, pitta, naan etc. Breads to dunk in cheese sauce or gravy, breads to taste great with smoked salmon, breads to satisfy your sweet tooth and breads to delight you, but breads to spook you? Ah! this one er, takes the cake!Imagine bread that can run a chill up your spine! A bread? Yeah a bread like no other! You would be spooked out by the first glance at it. What you would behold is a bread in the shape of body parts which look quite real, alive, dead?!?! This is what a bakery in Thailand whips out for their bread and butter and make a lot of dough :) probably.Are you one of those who dare to dig their teeth into it or squeamish like me to probably have nightmares over it :) ?

Weirdness aside, from a different perspective it looks like a great idea for theme parties, practical pranks and halloween. I couldnt help but admire the artistic skills of the baker making replicas of body parts out of bread.The artistic bakers name is Mr. Kittiwat Unarrom with a masters degree in fine arts under his belt, he is all set to spook people by the bread he makes in the shape of battered, bruised hands, legs, heads and other internal organs.Gruesome or weird, we gotta atleast give it to him that this baker is one skilled artist.

Initially he used to make sculptures out of bread. As his family runs a bakery the very first thing he started to experiment with was dough. We might find it gruesome but if we can bring ourselves to taste it, it is actually delicious! With lots of chocolates, raisins and cashews thrown in. Still i wonder who buys this kind of bread?

Pray! On an impulse if you decide to go ahead and buy this bread for dinner, you would want a friend to come over for dinner to provide you some sort of support and courage to go through the meal and to keep reminding you,''what the heck ! Its only a bread'' :) to calm your nerves!

Would you be homealone with these breads stocked up in your kitchen I dare not :) I guess its ok for some with a great appetite for horror..I mean what kind of weird people are those, not willing to chow down a finger eagerly? :) lol !

On second thoughts with all the tasty ingredients dry fruits and chololates in a healthy measure that goes into making this bread I guess just one bite of it is delicious enough to haunt you for a long long time...


Would you try this at home ?

Me ? I don't think I would ever be able to buy that kind of bread. Marooned on an island, just short of dying from starvation I might swallow this bread with tears of terror in my eyes. No matter how delicious they are I cant help but feel squeamish. We eat what looks appealing to us dont we ? Leave alone eating I would not be able to bring a knife anywhere near it and cut it ! But as I am a sucker for creativity I would'nt mind learning how to make it. That would be something interesting and a different experience ! Gotta give it to the Bread artist on his life like bread making skills. Each piece looks real so real that it makes you wanna throw up if you happen to see it on your dinner plate. I dont know how else to pay this art a compliment ! No offence but its that real and gory. I have heard of body breads where a whole body made up of dough is served on a table. I fail to understand the big joy behind it !

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      Jdog8g 

      7 years ago

      Oh Ya!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      unceness 

      7 years ago

      unceness

    • crayonbrains profile imageAUTHOR

      crayonbrains 

      8 years ago from The World Is Mine !

      Thank you Aqua for visiting my hub and commenting!I hope you enjoyed reading this!

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      Aqua 

      8 years ago from California

      What a trip! I've never seen anything like this that's for sure. Very interesting hub!

    • crayonbrains profile imageAUTHOR

      crayonbrains 

      8 years ago from The World Is Mine !

      Perhaps...One man's food is another man's poison :)

      Thank you for commenting Psychicdog.net!

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      psychicdog.net 

      8 years ago

      far out! Well, who decides what bread should look like anyway?!

    • crayonbrains profile imageAUTHOR

      crayonbrains 

      8 years ago from The World Is Mine !

      Thank you for stopping by G-Ma! Strange are the ways of this world! I fully agree with you, the 'whole body bread' is so embarrassing!!!

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      Merle Ann Johnson 

      8 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      that is so disgusting...yuck..shameful to me...degrading and not funny...:O( G-Ma

    • crayonbrains profile imageAUTHOR

      crayonbrains 

      8 years ago from The World Is Mine !

      I like your sense of humor ! for that you would need to visit Japan or Korea I guess! There is a restaurant over there which serves a whole body made out of bread ..you can pick and choose:)Thank you for the comment,it brought a smile to my face!

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      Jaspal 

      8 years ago from New Delhi, India

      I'd rather bread looked like bread! But, on second thought, if Mr Unarrom with the help of his fine arts degree, were to choose some finer, more appealing and well shaped body parts instead of the macabre ones that he seems to fancy, I might not mind a bite or two! :)

    • crayonbrains profile imageAUTHOR

      crayonbrains 

      8 years ago from The World Is Mine !

      I guess there must be some way to preserve them..would sun drying and brushing some clear glue on it help?yes even I would enjoy looking at these breads at a party...from a distance:)Your daughter loves the Saw movies? cool!

      Visited your hub..you have some nice pictures in there! Thank you for your comments!

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      Simon Cook 

      8 years ago from NJ, USA

      Take a look at my recent hub with pictures on it - I have a 'mask' of pin head in my living room - I'd want to get one of these and see if I could actually 'preserve' it! BUt it really would be cool at a party - especially as my daughter's love the Saw movies!!!! I'm gonna share this on my facebook page!

    • crayonbrains profile imageAUTHOR

      crayonbrains 

      8 years ago from The World Is Mine !

      Thank you Simeyc for stopping by!Really you want some?You are a BRAVE man :)

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      Simon Cook 

      8 years ago from NJ, USA

      That is so cool! I want some!

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