Wendell Berry Promotes Edible Bible

Citing the destructive waste of resources inherent in the Bible-printing industry, Christian environmental activist Wendell Berry announced Tuesday the launch of his new product: a collection of edible Scripture.

The pages, constructed of whipped goat’s milk and rice paper and made by the author himself on his Kentucky farm, dissolve tastily in a reader’s mouth.

“It’s just like a communion wafer,” Berry explained, “except imprinted with text written in the blood of a ewe named Delilah, which I raised from birth and whose fur I gently stroked as I held her in the final moments of life.”

Demand for such a product is clearly high, and Berry anticipates increased sales over the next year.

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