Wood Bread! No joke!greenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
This is for real; I've put the recipe (and source book) on the prep forum. This same book also covers other delectables, such as how to eat grass.
Goin' out to the woods now. Yum!
-- eve (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 06, 1999
Many of the low fat, low calorie breads are made with wood fibers, I think its called Alpha Cellulose (sp?).
-- hamster (email@example.com), November 06, 1999.
I bet that stuff will make you regular! Gives new meaning to the word 'woodpile'!
-- Y2Kook (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 06, 1999.
Hi, I'm Ewell Gibbons,
Did you ever eat a picnic table?
Some parts ARE edible.
Ever smoke a pine cone?
-- Ewell Gibbons (I_love_@_Evelyn.Woodhead), November 06, 1999.
Ouch! a splinter in the sphincter
-- we'll pass (email@example.com), November 06, 1999.
If you were old enough to remember "the" war, you'd remember "ersatz brot". Try a search on that name; you'll find that your recipe has been around a long time.
-- Norm Harrold (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 06, 1999.
I was gonna remark that it must have been Heinrich Himmler that came up with the recipe, but you beat me to it, sort of......
-- cavscout (Iemail@example.com), November 06, 1999.
Where's SeenItBefore@WWII when you need him? That guy could probably whip up a five course meal from a few pounds of sawdust.
-- a (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 07, 1999.