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#1 sbj

 
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Posted 13 May 2009 - 08:57 AM

I notice that in my Sprouts Farmers Market weekly specials mailer that they are offering, "a new Sprouts personal pizza" in the deli section. It's an 8" gluten-free personal pizza on sale for $2.99. I haven't tried it so can't vouch if it's any good but $2.99 seems like a great price! (Sprouts are in California, Arizona, Colorado, and Texas.)
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Posted 13 May 2009 - 05:39 PM

Whoa, that sounds like a great deal! Let us know how it tastes.
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Posted 13 May 2009 - 05:57 PM

Ooh! I will have to go check that out. Just read my flyer after seeing this post! Maybe I will have to go tonight..... sounds better than fish to me right now!
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Posted 16 May 2009 - 08:09 PM

Update: the pizza is AWESOME. I would highly recommend it. It is just cheese with some parsley, so you can doctor it as you see fit. I just tossed it in the toaster oven until it looked done.

Ingredients are: Crust: Rice flour, Tapioca flour, Water, potato starch, potato flakes, olive oil, sugar, yeast, salt, italian seasoning, garlic powder.

Cheese: Cultured pastuerized milk, salt, rennet

Sauce: Tomato puree from fresh tomatoes, salt, sugar, extra virgin olive oil, spices, garlic powder.

Definitely filled that craving for pizza that tasted close to the real thing. I had a friend who is not gluten free taste test it, and he declared it perfectly acceptable and would not have known it was gluten free if I had not told him. At 2.99, it is also a reasonable cheap alternative. The only other place I have had gluten free pizza is at Sammy's and it is $13 for a 10-11" pizza, so this is a bargain in comparison.
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Posted 17 May 2009 - 12:58 PM

so glad you posted
a good cheap gluten-free option.
now to find a Sprouts....HA i'm on the East coast for now.
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Posted 22 May 2009 - 11:01 AM

Review: Finally ate the pizza last nite and it was quite good. Easily worth the $2.99. I would add a bit of salt as the sauce was a bit bland. Easily better than Zpizza and I preferred it also to the frozen Glutino. Not quite as good as the best I've tried at PapaCicio's in Long Beach CA.
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