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#1 NJceliac

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Posted 31 August 2013 - 09:29 AM

I have been searching for a good bagel since being diagnosed with Celiac and they all have been very disappointing.  I had given up until a local bagel store began carrying bagels from Sweet Note Bakery.  These taste like a bagel!!  A little bit dense but this bakery nailed the taste.  On the Sweet Note website, they will list locations that carry their bagels, does not look like you can buy them direct.  If you have been searching for a good bagel, I highly recommend you try these!


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Posted 31 August 2013 - 09:39 AM

i'm from jersey.  are you from jersey??  lolz - heck yes i have been looking for a 'good' bagel!!!!!!!!  i made some that were pretty darn good with yeast dough, so it was *all* the processes (dough rising blah blah, boiling bagels, baking) so it took the better part of a day.  if i could purchase such goodness i would be in Jersey Heaven :)  thank you i will be checking these out.  i am in tennessee, now, aerosmith won't even play here.  talk about culture shock when you grow up 30 min from the city!!!

 

now: find me good pizza!!! LOLZ   :P


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Posted 31 August 2013 - 09:48 AM

aww - not even close to tn - oh, well, something to remember when i come up next time :) - look at those beauuutiful 'garbage' bagels!  i could lick the screen........   (i'm not gonna, but i could.... )))   ;)


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misdiagnosed for 25 years!
just as i was getting my affairs in order to die of malnutrition...
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blood test negative
celiac confirmed by endoscopy 9/2010

 

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have a nice day :)

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#4 NJceliac

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Posted 31 August 2013 - 03:47 PM

i'm from jersey.  are you from jersey??  lolz - heck yes i have been looking for a 'good' bagel!!!!!!!!  i made some that were pretty darn good with yeast dough, so it was *all* the processes (dough rising blah blah, boiling bagels, baking) so it took the better part of a day.  if i could purchase such goodness i would be in Jersey Heaven :)  thank you i will be checking these out.  i am in tennessee, now, aerosmith won't even play here.  talk about culture shock when you grow up 30 min from the city!!!

 

now: find me good pizza!!! LOLZ   :P

i was a pizza snob before celiac and certainly no pizza i have ever come across since gluten free has even come close to the awesomeness of a thin crusted pizza.  Although I still eat gluten free pizza it is not the same experience.


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Posted 31 August 2013 - 05:23 PM

I will have to check them out...I LOVE everything bagels! I'm not sure where you are located but speaking of pizza there is a really good place for thin crust pizza in the Philly area. It's called Jules Thin Crust...there is one in Doylestown, Jenkintown, Ardmore, and Newtown I believe. Even if you are a little bit of a drive, it's worth the trek. I am about an hour away but if I am anywhere near one I try to get there...very good!!! julesthincrust.com check it out!
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