24 A Piece of Bread, Anyone?

A Piece of Bread, Anyone?

Posted on July 1, 2011 by team


No, it's not photoshop, it's the real bread.

In fact, "VladKhleb" ("Vladivostok Bread") is the main producer of bakery goods in the city. And they do their products rather well. But what's that? Some new kind of bread that looks really weird.


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It tastes like ordinary bread, but looks decomposed...

or mouldy...

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24 Responses to “A Piece of Bread, Anyone?”

  1. testicules says:

    Only in Russia can you be served corpse bread

    • testicules says:

      Really? That is the best you have got? Your really getting upset about this repulsive bread? Wow! You are overly sensitive. I think you need therapy. Are you that insecure about your country that you have to defend this gross bread?

      • Chac Mool says:

        Yes, the bread looks weird and funny. It has some carbon…! But might be more healthy than the usual bread of an artery choking BigMac and Bacpn Waffles. That diet turns people into walking whales or into real corpse bread.

        • testicules says:

          Or it might give you magical powers to not ba an A-hole

          • Chac Mool says:

            Got offended by McBurger eating walking whales? really? … he, he… Do some exercise. It helps with your angry posting, and you also may lose some cholesterol.

      • testicules says:

        O.K. >r. Wizard. You eat it. Choke on it.

    • OLUT says:

      I think that’s a Tim Burton film.

  2. Boritz says:

    Okay, so what is purpose of carbon in bread?
    Maybe hangover remedy?

  3. TrulyRestlessSoul says:

    Looks pretty cool :-D

  4. Unknown says:

    Carbon? Why for?

  5. septzz says:

    i’ll lost my appetite seeing that bread. who would buy it? does it has certain ‘magic’ if we eat it??

  6. oldtaku says:

    This isn’t bad as a pre-emptive hangover cure (burnt toast is also used). But the color might cause you to hurl when drinking.

  7. Chac Mool says:

    I can only suppose adding carbon to bread is for medical use. Does it work?

  8. Igor says:

    We are all made of carbon…

  9. alessio says:

    no offense guys, but it looks like ashes, it reminds me the asbestos roofing of my garage
    But I guess the bread must be safe to eat. Its only the color doesn’t seems too inviting

  10. Chaim says:

    So. How does it taste,and do you eat it plain, or make sandwiches with it. great, now I’m hungry.

  11. Ana says:

    It works.

  12. Teri says:

    Hahahaha, it looks so weird and inedible at first but real moldy bread would look WAY nastier than this. Here it just looks like a very sad shade of grayish blue. I’m sure the carbon was added for rumors of health benefits or the bakers wanted to see how people would react to their faux-moldy bread.
    I’d buy some just so I could eat it in front of people to see how they’d react. “Ugh, no, what are you doing, it’s all moldy!” “Oh, I love my moldy bread, you guys. Om nom nom!” Anyway, I love bread, especially thick doughy bread and this looks like it’d be good as soon as you got over the color. I’d buy it!

  13. RepublicOfCatyes says:

    Try to google pictures of “rainbow cake” if you want to se some REAL food coloring!

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