Storage and Revival

Our bagels are quite resilient. These tips will help you under different conditions.


Freezing the bagels is the best way to keep them for the long term. I personally do this. I usually slice them and put them into a freezer Ziploc bag (the kind with the zipper). I can access one half at a time and put that into the toaster oven. Sometimes I nuke it first for 15 seconds first and then pop them into the toaster oven.

From a plastic bag

If you received our bagels in a plastic sealed pouch and it's been a few days, let the bagels sit out in room temperature for a few minutes or longer. Slice them in half and put them into your toaster or toaster oven. Or slice them in half and freeze them.

From hard state

Even if the bagel has been sitting out of a bag and has become as hard as a boulder in Joshua Tree, there's a way to revive it. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees. Submerge the bagel in warm water or under running warm water for few minutes. Loosely wrap the bagel in aluminum foil and bake for 5 minutes or to your liking.