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Japanese Baker Creates Bread With Whimsical Designs, Including Cartoon Characters

June 27, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A Tokyo-based baker is producing bread with patterns of flowers, cartoon characters and exotic prints. The loaves baked by Konel Bread use natural colors and flavors, including spinach, cocoa and beetroot. The bakery uses ropes of dough layered together to make the quirky designs, some with animal, insect and fruit patterns.
Andrea Smith , "The Japanese bakery cooking up a storm with its colourful bread", Lonely Planet, June 27, 2016, © Lonely Planet
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