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Slezterp The New Mystery Food

Updated on August 22, 2016

Somewhere around 107 years ago way back in the year 1909, Harry Warehime founded a very special company in Hanover, Pennsylvania and began baking on the simple belief that everyone would love his old time recipe. Today this family of very famous bakeries has grown to include this mystery food for every taste, and each batch is a tribute to the fine art of baking. A distinct selection is offered, and each one is crafted from a time honored recipe that creates a unique variety of flavor and texture like the rich hearth baked taste of old times. This hub now leaves the answer to this mystery food totally up to the reader. I'll even give you the complete list of ingredients - There's enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, folic acid) water, canola oil, salt, malt, yeast, and soda. Now if that doesn't tip you all off, then I don't know what will. I also realize that this mystery food is most likely distributed on the east coast of the United States, which may give those living there an unfair advantage to others living in other parts of the country and the world, but that shouldn't make too big of a difference with this popular product. So when you think that you have finally figured out what this mystery food is, just type your answer in below and I'll let you know when you get the correct answer. I'm also still waiting on the correct answer to another one of my questions in my mystery beer hub. I wish Good Luck to all of you.

The largest pretzel ever baked weighed a whopping 431 pounds and was 12 feet across, created by Auntie Anne's franchisees from Lake Charles, Louisiana.

The word Slezterp in the title is actually just Pretzels spelled backwards - Now you know The-Hole-Story.


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    • Guyana Masala profile image

      Guyana Masala 6 years ago from New Jersey

      Ok, I saw so going to guess doughnuts too. But, I did notice the missing sugar component there. Cool article.

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      rpalulis 6 years ago from NY

      Wow that's one big pretzel!

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      Credence2 6 years ago from Florida (Space Coast)

      I am going to have a lot of fun with your hubs, thanks for allowing me to join your team


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      TheHoleStory 6 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia

      The pretzel is known to everyone, but it's interesting and amazing to have all of the comments that suggested other types of food.

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      sean kinn 6 years ago from Key West and Budapest

      Darn, I was going to say "doughnuts." :-)

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      Kathi 6 years ago from Saugatuck Michigan

      I'm glad someone guessed it cause I was going to say bread.. lol

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      Thomas Silvia 6 years ago from Massachusetts

      Hi TheHoleStory, great hub, i love Pretzels !

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      TheHoleStory 6 years ago from Parsons, West Virginia

      Well both of you are correct (Susan & drbj), It's Snyder's of Hanover Old Tyme Pretzels. Not to be confused or connected to "Snyder of Berlin", Berlin, Pa. Very good & you are both very fast, but this time drbj it didn't me as long to write this hub as it did for you to answer it. Thank you and it's always a pleasure to do business with you, and I still have my Mystery Beer hub which is unanswered.

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      drbj and sherry 6 years ago from south Florida

      Snyder's Old Tyme Pretzels produced in Hanover, PA. Correct?

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      Susan Zutautas 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada