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Bagel

They have been described by some food writers as a doughnut with rigor mortis. Their bland flavour only comes to life when they are served with smoked salmon, thick cream or other additions.

Bagels entered Britain, and more particularly the U.S.A during the 1890"s with the influx of Jewish immigrants from Germany and Poland.

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