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Brain Gelatin Mold

Think delicious!
Finally, what the world has been waiting for ... edible brains. This plastic mold produces the left hemisphere of a jiggly brain, about 7-1/2" x 6-1/2" -- larger than average for the general populace, but just right for Archie McPhee customers. Gelatin or aspic, your choice. Educational (you can identify the functions of the different parts of the brain as they slide down your throat), and fun (impress your friends as you re-enact scenes from "Night of the Living Dead"). Includes a recipe for brain-colored gelatin. After all, there's always room for brains.

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Submitted by: Mark Cohen

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