No, it is not edible, it is just paper.
If "edible" you means food grade paper, Yes otherwise human can't digest the paper.
If the wrap is a type of food such a tortilla, it is edible. If it's paper or cardboard, it is not edible.
Yes, it is. Any paper is biodegradable as it it made out of organic material like wood pulp and fibre. Rice paper is also edible, and everything edible is biodegradable.
An edible wrappinig paper!
There is a thin paper made from rice flour that is used in cooking as a baking sheet. This is edible. There are other papers called rice paper, not made from rice. These may not be edible.
1) Paper specifically used for food-wrapping. 2) Edible paper, such as Japanese rice-paper.
it was invented by NASA who developed edible toothpaste for astronauts as in space they cant brush as we do so they swallow the toothpaste instead.
paper was invented in shai lung
1. Who invented paper?
It is available in ammananna
Paper towels were invented in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Scott Paper Company invented paper towels for kitchens in 1931 and are now the leading manufacturer of paper towels.
yes, it was made edible so it could be truly used for everything.
the Chinese invented paper for scrolls (ancient books)
the chinese invented paper money
Johan Vaaler invented the paper clips
the Han Dnasty invented paper:)
Wax paper was invented in 1872 by edison.
Paper was invented in 206 BC
If you're talking about who invented paper. Ancient Egypt invented the paper
The Ancient Chinese invented paper and money. Money was invented by the first king of China and paper was invented by a man in China by bamboo.
a Chinese guy called Cai Lun invented paper
the han dynasty invented the paper money
Bette Nesmith Graham invented liquid paper.
paper was invented during the Tang dynasty