[T-it was fun to poke]
It got a little overexcited, thanks to the altitude. Then half of the dough got shaped into bagels.
Once that half was bagel-shaped, they were boiled for a few minutes.
Here is one of the sliced sesame seed bagels. They're very tasty, but maybe not worth all of the work.
[T- I found them pretty delicious, especially fresh out of the oven, but it was the most work of anything we've baked so far, I'd say. Also, so many dishes from the process, many of which were le grodos. I made a cheesy omelet breakfast sandwich with one, and it was good! Don't tell Julia though, I didn't use copious amounts of butter for cooking the omelet. I also didn't manage to make it in 15 seconds and I didn't manage to flip it over solely through one handed pan wrangling. I used a spatula]