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1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulJanuary 09, 2020Reviewer: Betty in Arizona* These are certainly not bagels but if you are trying to stay away from carbs, they will work. I found that if you toast them really well, it takes away that spongey feel and makes that taste much better.This review is specific to NY Style Boiled Bagels, Simply Plain
2 of 2 people found the following review helpfulNovember 15, 2019Reviewer: pamela in Maryland* I loved these the first time I ordered them. But, the last two times, they were super flat. Like, too flat to even cut in half and too "curled" to shove in the toaster slot whole. I don't know what changed or why they now are shaped this way. Shame, because the flavor is solid. But, almost impossible to prepare for toasting now.This review is specific to NY Style Boiled Bagels, Simply Plain
July 01, 2018Reviewer: Stacey in California* The flavor is good. The only thing that bothered me was that they are not presliced. It's a bother for someone like me who needs to grab and go in the morning.This review is specific to NY Style Boiled Bagels, Cinnamon Raisin
March 06, 2018Reviewer: Jenna in Tennessee* I am not crazy about the chewy than wet consistency of the flax, which is why I prefer the great low carb bagels, the 65 calorie ones, they are not filled with flax. I have long ago given up on a real bagel. Have fond memories of waiting in the predawn dark at the bagel bakeries in NY and enjoying the ambiance, smell and finally the flavor of a well crafted bagel These are not even close again the culprit is flax. These must be toasted at least, I would rather toast a great low carb bagel and stuff it with sandwich fillings, so much better. I might consider buying them again if they were cheaper.This review is specific to NY Style Boiled Bagels, Simply Plain