Every, any and all circumstances. Cold bagels make baby Jesus cry.
living with a bagel expert i have learned that it is NEVER acceptable to toast a bagel.
Under all. Untoasted bagels are like lumps of bleck.
i would say most
OMG, I can't believe I agree with Scottie, but each and every instance.
Only on days that end with the letter y.
never shake a baby, always toast a bagel.
i don't toast bagels. it ruins that lovely chewy quality. i want a room temp bagel from that place in astoria. mmmm.....olive cream cheese.
only if you are out of the state limits of new york or in a dunkin donuts-type place in new york should you toast a bagel. why toast when it just comes out of the oven and is fresh?
If I'm just putting cream cheese on it, then untoasted. Otherwise, in all cases, it should be toasted.Actually, a toasted bagel with peanut butter sounds really good right now.
Actually cate, it's never shake a bagel, always toast a baby. Mmmmmmm, toasted toddler with sun-dried tomato cream cheese.
when there is a toaster available.
This is a great question; however, the answer depends on where YOU are purchasing a bagel. Let me outline the guidelines:Frozen or Grocery Bagels - TOAST ALL THE TIME!NY Bagel Shop - Toasting is only acceptable after the second day; however, YOU should not buy more than a day's worth of bagels for consumption.Other Bagel Shops - This all depends on if shop boils and bakes their bagels. A majority of the time, YOU should not toast them unless it is a day old.If YOU would like to have additional, please feel free to contact me at JustinKnowsBagels@Bagels.Com
always unless buying from a street vendor and you have no choice, in which case I usually opt for a bag of chips
they always should be toasted and never with cream cheese.
Toasted. Always. It adds to the chewy quality if you have some crunch to get thru to get to the chewy. I love bagels!
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