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So I went to Rapid City yesterday and did some heavy duty shopping. Stopped at Lintz Brothers on the way back. I got their gluten-free pizza with mushrooms. FRESH mushrooms, not canned! It was the best pizza I've had since I left Connecticut. As a matter of fact we made another stop before returning home and I made sure the car was locked because (even though I had guitars and several bags full of new jeans and make-up and all sorts of other stuff), I didn't want anyone stealing my leftover PIZZA.

 

I was a little nervous about mushrooms - I hadn't tried them yet since I went gluten-free. I was also nervous about the tomato sauce on two counts - one, I have been having trouble with nightshades (or at least potatoes), and two, I was worried about the possibility of a corn plastic lining in the can.

 

I did NOT get sick at all. Just had some more for lunch. I'm doing the happy dance!!!

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That is a big deal! Congrats on finding a healthy safe place to eat!

 

With all your food restrictions, that is a big accomplishment! I know what it's like to have to deal with multiple food restrictions and it's always such a great feeling when you find a place that serves safe delicious food. :)

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Hooray! My neighbor just told me she is going there tomorrow. She's going to get me one to go! If I can control my willpower I can bag up individual servings and put it in the freezer. (Fat chance. I'll probably eat the whole thing!)

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Are you coming from Rapid? If so, go south on 79. Just past Hermosa you'll see the turnoff (on your right) for Rte. 36 heading toward Custer. It's the first building on the left. (You can see it from 79.) They are the ones the Rapid City journal just named Best Pizza in the Hills. You'll love it!  

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Nothing like a treat of good pizza to warm the heart!  :D  Have you tried a homemade cauliflower pizza?  omg!  It is soooo good.  Even my gluten eating-thinks-he-would-die-without-gluten son loved it.  He even

asked me to make him some! 

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Somebody here mentioned that years ago, but if you could post your recipe I bet we'd all like to try it. :)

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1 cup raw grated (or chopped in food processer) cauliflower

1 egg

1 cup mozzaretta cheese

1 tsp oregano

 2 tsp parsley

(any other spices you might want to add)

 

Spray pizza pan with non-stick oil.

(optional that I use is to coat the pan with melted coconut oil and then sprinkle pan lightly with parmesan cheese. I use those pizza pans with holes in them.)

 

Combine the chopped cauliflower, egg, mozzarella cheese & spices.  Press evenly on to baking pan, making a thin crust.

 

Bake at 450 for 12 to 15 minutes

 

(I personally cook it at 350 for slightly longer as I like a bit more of a crispy crust.  Also double the recipe for two good sized pizza's or one super sized)

 

When done, remove from oven.  Add to the crust sauce and your choice of toppings & cheese.    Bake till bubbly & done.

 

Smack hands when they reach for the last piece!  :D

 

 

you can get this on-line from: You won't believe it's cauliflower pizza crust recipe by PLATSUZIE Sparks Recipes 

 

* I found this took me two or three times before I got the exact thickness of the crust, temp and cooking down.  Add the Parmesan cheese gives the crust a nice golden brown finish.    Enjoy

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