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Hi Jennifer! Of course, you can! After you add about …

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Hi Jennifer! Of course, you can! After you add about 3/4 cup GF sourdough starter to the ingredients, mix everything well and let your dough rise for a few hours in the bowl. Proceed to shape the bagels like in the yeasted version and then consider letting your bagels rise for 1 to 2 hours (maybe more) before boiling and baking them. If not, they will be dense, like in the picture I shared in the post. That picture of the sourdough version was after only 2 hours of rising/rest time for the dough. It wasn’t enough for the naturally yeasted sourdough ones. Does that make sense? They taste good, but they need more time to rise in the bowl and then again after once shaped. Or just try GF baking powder and omit the yeast altogether. That version still needs to rest for 2 hours before shaping, boiling and baking! Let me know what you do decide to try!

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Hi! I’m thrilled that you made the bagels! They’re so fun to make! And I’m happy that you subbed an ingredient with success! Thank you for your comment and rating!


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Hi Angela! Yay! I’m so happy you made the bagels! They are fun to make and even better to eat! As for the sinking/floating part… kind of funny, actually 😉 I feel that a few minutes on each side is sufficient. Thank you for your comment and rating! Ps. Now, I’m hungry for a bagel!


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Hi Emily! Thank you so much for your feedback! Do you mean the product pictures at the bottom of the recipe card? Let me know, I can take them off! I was trying different product linking methods at one point but I can easily remove them. Chantal


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