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Bold Organics Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Vegan Cheese Pizza

I love pizza, but I am not on a gluten-free or dairy-free diet, so I am admittedly a bit skeptical of gluten-free or dairy-free pizzas. This pizza is both, and surprisingly, I was into it.

Bold Organics Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Vegan Cheese PizzaThe crust didn't taste like what I'm used to, but it was good. I've tried dairy-free pizzas with “cheese” that didn't melt properly and felt weird in my mouth. This cheese melts very well and gets pretty close to the real thing (just be sure to follow the final instruction and broil it for two minutes). The pizza tasted great, I just wish it had a bit more "cheese".

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Jamie
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25 Jun 2012 3:32:52 PM PDT
I just discovered these at my local health food store. I have to agree they are quite enjoyable, especially for being both gluten and dairy free. I do not have to avoid dairy all the time but feel much better when I do. These definitely satisfy my pizza craving while still letting me feel great.

 
Gill
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26 Jun 2012 3:31:28 AM PDT
I would very much like to try this, but is the 'cheese' a soya product? I can only eat gluten, lactose and soya free and so often when there is no dairy it is substituted with soya.

 
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26 Jun 2012 10:11:46 AM PDT
Yes, it does contain soy. Sorry you can't try it!




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