1Unicorn Sweet Bread
2The World's Most Expensive Bread
3Rey's Space Bread From The Force Awakens
By the way—the bread from the movie wasn't CGI, it was a practical effect and also edible! The visual effects artists who worked on the film used vacuums to remove the water and puff up it simultaneously, and it took a whopping three months to create! (Source | Photo)
5Canned Brown Bread
The markings visible on the top are made from a Roman bread stamp, which bakeries were required to use in order to mark the source of the loaves and to prevent fraud. It reads "Property of Celer, Slave of Q. Granius Verus." It is also wrapped in a cord, and it's divided into eight wedges. (Source | Photo)
7Bread Made With Cricket Flour
Crickets require six times less feed than cattle do. Cricket flour, in particular, has 15% more iron than spinach, and two times more protein than beef, according to manufacturer claims, so what's not to love? (Source 1 | Source 2)
Unfortunately for bakers in Europe, activated charcoal counts as food coloring (E153 Carbon Black) the addition of which is banned in baked goods under EU law. The Italian Ministry of Health is cracking down on bakeries selling charcoal-infused bread marketed as healthy. In other words, according to the Italian powers that be, if it contains activated charcoal, it's not real bread. (Source)
9Menstruation Tracking Bun
The Luna Luna Strawberry Cream Milk Bun is made with pink dough, stamped with the Luna Luna rabbit mascot, and filled with strawberry and soy milk cream. And what is so unusual about this bun, you ask? Luna-Luna is a menstruation-tracking website, so the different shades of pink and red represent...oh, never mind.
The bun came wrapped in paper with bits of female wisdom collected from Luna Luna users. These included pearls like, “When your friend's boyfriend isn't that attractive, say he looks really kind” and “Don't say ‘Let's grab a bite sometime' unless you really mean it."