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  • Are your bagels organic?
    All of the flours, potatoes, oils, seeds, and spices in our bagels are from certified organic sources. The only non-organic ingredients are yeast, xantham gum, salt, and honey. We us wildflower honey that is sourced in Oregon from responsible beekeepers, but as bees may forage for nectar over a range of up to 3 miles from their hives, it is very challenging for small producers to have the resources to obtain USDA organic certification.
  • Are your bagels vegan?
    Our bagels contain honey, which is not considered vegan. Aside from the honey there are no animal-based ingredients. While many vegans avoid honey, as it is made by bees, some vegans do choose to include local and sustainably produced honey in their diets, as commercially-raised bees are essential for pollinating many of the fruits and vegetables that are important to a balanced plant-based diet.
  • Do your bagels contain any common allergens?
    Three of our flavors (Sesame Seed, Everything, Buckwheat Pumpernickel Everything), contain sesame seeds, which were added by the FDA to the list of major allergens on January 2023. The other flavors are free of all major allergens (i.e., milk products, eggs, soy, wheat, seafood, crustaceans, peanuts, tree nuts, sesame). All flavors contain coconut oil. Coconut was recently included by the FDA as a tree nut, even though it is technically not a nut (it is a drupe), and allergic reactions to coconut are rare.
  • Do you have nutrition info for your bagels?
    My best estimate is 290 calories per bagel. 7g fat, 28g carbs, 9g sugar, 1g protein, 3g fiber, 28mg sodium
  • How long do bagels last?
    It depends on how quickly you eat them! Just kidding. I keep my uneaten bagels on the counter in a plastic bag and find that they are fine for up to 3-5 days. I highly recommend toasting them before eating. If you think it will take you longer than that to eat your bagels, storing them in the fridge will extend their life by another week or more. You can also freeze them for up to 6 months in sealed freezer bags.
  • What's the best way to freshen up an aging bagel?
    I find that simply slicing and toasting does a very good job at restoring a lovely texture to even a slightly stiff bagel. You can also try this expert tip from bagel maven Sonya Robinson: rinse bagel in water, pop in oven at high heat until firm on the outside.. let rest for one minute. crunchy on the outside, warm and chewy moist on the inside.
  • Can I freeze the bagels?
    Yes. My very smart daughter, Grace, suggests cutting them in half before freezing, so you can easily pop them in the toaster straight out of the freezer. We suggest storing them in well sealed freezer bags, where they will keep well for up to 6 months.
  • Do you ship bagels outside of the Eugene area?
    We don't currently offer shipping. bit we are considering offering this sometime in the future. In the meantime, if you'd like to buy some bagels and send a bag to a friend or family member out of town, here's a link for best bagel shipping practices:
  • Do you offer home delivery in Eugene?
    We do not currently offer home delivery.
  • Can I buy Larry & Sons Bagels in stores?
    Yes! Larry & Sons Bagels are now available in select grocery and natural food stores and cafés in Eugene, Corvallis, and Bend. We expect our bagels to be available in stores in Portland and Ashland by the summer. For a current list of stores and cafés carrying our bagels, check our Where to Buy page. If your favorite store is not currently carrying our bagels, ask the store manager to stock them.
  • Are you the same Larry from Luna & Larry's Coconut Bliss?
    I used to be.
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