Bagel v Bread

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23/01/2004 at 09:26
Is a bagel better for you than bread?
23/01/2004 at 09:31
Weight for weight, the nutritional composition is about the same.

I can't understand how bagels have managed to create a market in a country which can produce perfectly decent bread.
23/01/2004 at 09:39
oh I love bagels there sooooo much nicer, I have about 2 a day, already had one for breakfast...they have to be nice onces though. The american bagels you get in the packs are awful, Mark's are the nicest by far! Yummy!
23/01/2004 at 10:02
I like them, but always feel like I'm carrying a lead weight in my stomach for the next hour.
Overdosed on them in America where they were often the 'free breakfast' in hostels.
23/01/2004 at 10:03
Aren't they much higher in calories than bread?
23/01/2004 at 10:05
Only because one bagel weighs as much as a large loaf, Sassie!

I'd much rather have a chunk of crusty wholemeal. In fact, I'd rather have a slice of that white plastic bread that my kids insist on having than eat a nasty unchewable gum-clinging bagel.
23/01/2004 at 10:10
Like them then do you Vrap ;0)
23/01/2004 at 10:14
Love 'em. They make good missiles when I'm trying to maim rather than kill :o)
23/01/2004 at 10:39
bagels any day off the week - just munching my way though one - covered in peanut butter - yum yum!!!!
23/01/2004 at 10:54
yeah yummy peanut butter! I had that for breakfast.
M.
23/01/2004 at 11:17
bagel yummm

white plastic bread - yummm ish (but not as yumm as bagels)

crusty wholemeal bread - bleeergh


bagel with scrambled eggs for breakfast - wholemeal bread sandwich for lunch. it may be bleeergh but i just can't seem to ignore the fact that its supposed to be better for me.

M.
23/01/2004 at 11:20
Cant see the point of bagels. Chewy, heavy and whats that hole about??

Nah give me Warburton's Crusty any time.
23/01/2004 at 11:30
Bl**dy Hell!!!

Just noticed, me and Vrap agree on something.

I'll just go for a lie down now if its alright with you.

I'm feeling quite faint
23/01/2004 at 11:34
YOU'RE feeling faint, Chimp?

:o)

Actually - must confess - I'd rather have a bagel than a burger bun.
23/01/2004 at 11:40
you have to get the bagel from the right place though, when there all soft and nice like from Mark's or Sainsburys blueberry are lovely. If you get them stale, yuk! Unless toasted. Over toasted and you ruin them as well...

23/01/2004 at 11:43
Yikes! Don't let me get started on blueberries!
M.
23/01/2004 at 11:50
definitely blonde runner!

those new york ones are completely awful
my favourites are tescos
M.
23/01/2004 at 12:01
I hate bagels, although having had the real thing in the US, I have to say that hardly any of the bagels in British shops resemble it.

Norwegian bread is lovely - never sliced, always wholemeal with lots of seeds. Yum!
23/01/2004 at 12:04
I think Sainsbury's fresh bagels are the best.
The plain ones, or sesame maybe - never, never onion though.

Bagels with honey on are great - or as a weekend treat, maybe bacon and cream cheese. MMMmmmmmmmmm.
23/01/2004 at 12:08
Yup, stay away from the onion.
Atkin's dieters in the US go to Bagel shops and ask for a bagel with the 'flesh'scooped out and filled with full-fat cream cheese. Stupid.
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