Chef David Lebovitz tries out a unique vending machine in Paris that makes a freshly-baked loaf in one minute.

Noted chef and author David Lebovitz writes on the popularity of bread vending machines in France and particularly about a big vending machine in a late-night convenience store which he tried out. Like with any vending machine, the user puts in a coin (a €1 coin in this case), after which the one minute baking process starts, followed by a few seconds of cooling the bread, before it comes out from a sliding door. All this can be visualized via a touch-screen.

David records his experience at this bread making machine:

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