Bay's English Muffins - Original or Sourdough?
I am an English muffin fan and while not always the best I enjoy the hint of sour twang in Thomas' English muffins. However, I have been disappointed not only with the overall size but the size differential of the two halves and discovered that many people enjoy Bay's English muffins. I spotted them in the grocery store today but the only the original variety. Do these have any sourness to them at all or should I hunt down the Sourdough variety?
I LOVE bays and think they are almost a completely different food from Thomas', which are sort of cardboardy and have no lightness to them. I like bays a lot as they have a bit of an uneven top that gets nice crunchy bits, and they are soft and light and enjoyable to eat. That being said, I don't think they are any bigger than Thomas', but you could look at weight in the packages to determine that. I don't find the sourdough ones particularly sour and find the original and sourdough to be pretty much interchangeable.
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