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Pretzels

Parent Category: Breads
Pretzels are a type of baked bread. Available in various shapes and sizes, they are usually eaten with salt as the most common seasoning.
they stopped making it because most people stoped buing it
Since there are 16 ounces in a pound, you would multiply the number  of pounds by 16. So in this case, you would multiply 16 x 7, which  gives you 112 ounces.
Ingredients    1 1/2 cups warm (110 to 115 degrees F) water    1 tablespoon sugar    2 teaspoons kosher salt    1 package active dry yeast    22 ounces all-purpose flour, approximately 4 1/2 cups    2 ounces unsalted butter, melted    Vegetable oil, for pan   ...
A small piece of pretzel will not hurt your rabbit. But dry bread is a better alternative as a treat.
Meltchocolate and cream in double boiler over low heat, stirringconstantly. Dippretzels one at a time quickly to coat while mixture is still verywarm. Place pretzels on wax paper to set and cool.
It cost about $2.65 for Pretzel and chesse
Well i am eating sour dough pretzels with barbecue sauce right now.. and it tastes pretty good. I would try it!
Yes, but only the hard ones that look like pencils.
You wouldn't want to use Hershey's Chocolate Syrup to coat your pretzels. The chocolate wouldn't dry and "set up". You could just "dip" the pretzels in the Hershey's syrup for one bite at a time. You could melt some semi sweet "bakers chocolate" or Nestles Chocolate Chips like you use to bake...
Ok, first you take half 1 and shove it into part 2 and then you eat  and then you wank.
when they roll out the pastry they spread a layer of peanut butter onto the pastry then cut the amount they need to make a pretzel and roll it into the shape. Then when they cook it ta- DA! the peanut butter is inside a pretzel
No, only if it is being used as a title or as the start of a sentence.
It's difficult to work out. It may have come from pretiolas - little rewards - from Southern France. Other suggestions is that is come from the German brezel, a bracelet.
"1 cup is equal to 8 ounces, so 20 ounces of pretzels equals 2 1/2 cups. " This really doesn't make sense to me because the question seems to me mix measurements one refers to weight and one to volume so 1 cup volume would not necessarily equal 8 Oz. by weight, which is what I am looking to find...
Please be more specific as to whether or not these pretzels could be whole, broken or crushed to powder. The proposed volume capacity or size dimensions of this alleged jar would be nice, too.
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It's because I actually found the answer on this website! Today, ( 4/2/10) it explained the origin of the pretzel! Creepy, huh? Well, legend says that a monk had some scraps of dough, and twisted it to make it look like arems crossing, praying. He baked them, and gave them to children who completed...
They are only available for sale on Disney property. You can try calling WDW Merchandising to see if you can mail order them the same way you can mail order other merchandise.
No, pretzels are chametz and cannot be eaten during Passover.
That depends on what the brand is. A few brands include: Mr.Twister(260), Auntie Anne's (Original pretzel, 340), Pretzelmaker/Pretzel Time (Original salted, 310), Stadium Pretzel (488), and Wawa's (300). There are of course brand's that probably have calorie counts even bigger than the stadium...
Right after you twist the pretzels into shape you usually spread an egg glaze on the pretzels. Since they are moist, the salt sticks to them. When you take them out of the oven, you will see that the salt has actually baked into the pretzel.
I don't exactly know. I think probably around, 44 grams.
Most definitely. Rats like just about everything, and a pretzel is quite a good little chew toy for them. This should be a treat, however, as they tend to be quite salty and that in excess is not good for them.
original pepperoni pretzel :480 Pepperoni pretzel with no butter: 440
12 cups of pretzels = one pound.....
Yes it's a thing.
rold gold classic pretzels in a 2 oz. bag only has 25 calories of fatit has 230 calories, so don't eat it like every week, but if you're mainly trying to lose the fat, then it's fine a few times a month.
You can hold it and eat it, pull it apart, or eat it with mustard.
Actually Mustard is a favorite condiment eaten WITH a pretzel but as far as I know there is no such thing as a "Mustard Pretzel" specifically.
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Because that is the way people make pretzels.
It originated around 1815-1825 and comes from the German word Pretzel, a variant of Bretzel. In Old High German it was brizzila, which came from the Medieval Latin word bracellus, meaning "bracelet".
I was wondering this as well. I haven't been able to find them, although I would like very much to find them.
  Cheese and salty cheese and pickled cheese and smelly cheese and not-cheese.
Pretzels were first made from scraps of bread made by monks in Germany. They were given to children as rewards for doing well is school. These were originally soft. It is rather the hard Pretzels which are a modern invention.
If someone tried to answer your question without more details, you might end up being misled. You didn't mention what the salad was made of. If you really want an accurate answer you should just measure the ingredients and check the nutrition facts.
Not unless they are gluten free and the label says so can you eat them. Watch out if the label says manufactured in a wheat processing facility.
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Absolutely not ! They would never eat such artificial food in their  natural habitat - so they certainly wouldn't eat them in captivity  !
Left to dry, the chocolate will naturally set up. To speed this along, you can put them in the refrigerator. Do NOT put them in the freezer, as this will cause the chocolate to solidify too quickly and it can fall off of the pretzels.
itll most likely get soft. Answer 2: The iota of moisture that is contained in the pretzel will be baked out, leaving a shell that will be extremely brittle to the touch. You will have wasted a pretzel not to mention energy and your time. Why not do something more productive.That is wrong about...
In Freeport's early days, one of the larger businesses in town was a pretzel factory.
It's has been long,when m and m and m pretzels been around.
Wheat, grains, bread etc.
Well I am 10 years old and I eat a lot ( Growth spurt ). The average 10 year old eats about 3-5 giant soft pretzels in 1 hour. The average 10 year old eats about 120 snack pretzels in a half hour-forty five minutes!
The largest pretzel ever weighed 431 pounds and was 12 feet across, created by Auntie Anne's from Lake Charles, Louisiana. YUM!
1 cup = 8 ounces1 ounce = 0.12 cup
    Medieval Inventions: The Pretzel     Who invented the pretzel?   As the legend goes, you can can follow the plot twists all the way back to 610 AD in a monastery in Southern France or Northern Italy.   Supposedly, frugal monks first created the treat with leftover dough. The...
Yes they do, among other snacks.
Some historians have said that the pretzel is the oldest snack food developed. It is believed that the pretzel was first developed about 610 A.D. by a monk in southern France or northern Italy, by using dough left over from bread making. The pretzel shape, which was meant to look like a child's arms...
Yes. Frying and baking potatoes and dough to very high temperatures cause l-aspartamine aminoacid to polymerize with naturally occurring acrylic acids in all carbohydrates.
  I would look on the recipe sites and make your own. It can't be too hard to make. Probably expensive if you buy it.
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Flour, water, salt, eggs.
you warm them up either in the microwave or over a double boiler
Yes You Can Freeze Chocolate Pretzels, But if they Are in a bag they shouldn't spoil.
99.23 grams ...not very healthy =[
it will release less water to maintain the balance of water andsalt
Nothing but they should only have cat food.
Dead logs or fallen trees.
there is alot. a pretzel is a steering wheel of vanellope's kart
Pretzel. (PRET-sel). There isn't really a translation for this word because I don't think they have pretzels in Spain.
The average 1-oz. serving of pretzels contains 22.4g of carbs.
Because pretzels have salt sprinkled all over them. Next time you eat one pay attention to those little white crystals on them, those are salt crystals.
No. Ferrets are what are known as "obligate carnivores". This means they should only be fed meat and special ferret food which has a high meat content. The ferrets body finds it very difficult to digest and break down non meat foods. Feedint them theese can cause stomach upsets such as bloating,...
It depends on what kind of pretzels sticks you have. Read the label on the bag for the serving size and figure it out from there.
Pretzels are brown.
Pretzel dough is a yeast dough which requires sufficient time to rise, rest, boil and bake. Speeding the process can result in poor quality pretzels.
So, first you have to have access to Snowflake summit. Right around the big present, is snowflake images on the ground. Click on those and soon enough, you will find yourself a pretzel snowflake!
A hobo invented this recipe in Pennsylvania. When he was given a warm meal by a cook he gave the cook the recipe to say thank you.
relax!!! she will be okay as long as they weren't drowned in big chunks of salt. if you are still very concerned, take her to a vet and get her examined.
Makers of pretzels are included in SIC 2052
2 pts in 15 small twisted pretzels
a pretzel is usually 1 euro or less, I think i have paid like 80 euro cent for a pretzel... that might be a little low if you are at a festival.. in a bakery they are cheap...
  why are pretzles brown
The hCG protocol indicates that pretzels are not allowed. You should avoid starches including: cornstarch, white flour, wheat flour, pasta, bread or bread products, bagels, hamburger and hotdog buns, crackers, tortillas, oatmeal, rice, polenta, peas, corn, lentils, pita bread, pretzels, corn chips,...