Storing Bagels?

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What's the best way to store bagels? I am wondering if I should just keep the bagels on the counter in the original bag or should I perhaps keep in the refrigerator? I don't think I need to freeze them as we will probably use them up fast enough. I just wondered if they will go stale or moldy. They are the Thomas' brand.

Debbie from IL


June 20, 20060 found this helpful
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Just store them on the counter or where ever you keep your bread. You can put them in the fridge if you want to, but I think it changes the texture of breads and I personally don't like it, but if you don't mind it, it will keep them longer.


If you're not going to use them up in a few days, I'd freeze some to keep them fresh since they do mold.

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June 20, 20060 found this helpful

Thanks for your post! Well I've since put them in the frig and I've thought they were fine like that but in the future I think I may have to freeze some and then just keep a few on the counter....I just think stuff like that goes bad pretty fast.

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June 21, 20060 found this helpful

If they become hard, 5 seconds in the micro will soften 'em up, but you have to eat them fast as they will re-harden.

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By Sal (Guest Post)
September 5, 20080 found this helpful

I've decided to give up on buying bagels ... the 12-pack at PJ's was tempting, but ended up losing too many to a horrible mold ...


fact is there is no preservative and unless you want the pain of freezing and refrigerating it's been easier to give them up

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