In Japan, they began to produce edible masks for the squeamishPictolic
Medical masks came into our lives more than a year ago and, it seems, for a long time. Therefore, it is not surprising that the world began to invent new types of these means of protection, exercising in efficiency, attractiveness and environmental friendliness. It seems to us that Japanese creatives, who have started the production of edible masks, are still leading the way.
One of the Japanese companies began to make personal protective equipment from melon rolls. This is a popular pastry in the Land of the Rising Sun, which some consider a national dish. Melon is not part of the loaf, so we can assume that the name of the bakery product was given because of its intense yellow color.
Melon rolls, also called melon pan, are made from the most common dough and covered with a thin layer of cookie dough on top. To make a mask from baking, the innovators had only to slightly change the forms in which melon panes are prepared and attach ribbons to them.
The invention suddenly appealed to the young Japanese, who were addicted to everything bright and crazy. In the advertising of the products, it is mentioned that the accessory not only looks spectacular and protects against coronavirus no worse than the fabric, but is also absolutely eco-friendly.
What the bakers-inventors mean is unknown, it is possible that the discarded mask from the dough will very quickly become prey to birds, animals, insects and microorganisms. We do not even allow the idea that, after walking around in a mask for a couple of hours and letting snot and saliva inside, and soaking the outside with bacteria and dust, someone will want to use it for coffee.
Meanwhile, more pragmatic Americans have found a way to do without a mask at all. They created a spray that protects the nasal mucosa from viruses.