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Anyone found a GOOD gluten-free pizza ?

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So pizza was a huge staple in my life (healthy I know) and I’ve tried about 4 different gluten-free pizzas (UDI’S being one of them) and I honestly HATE IT. It’s like a thin crust pizza that’s over cooked on the bottom and gummy and chewy/undercooked on the top. But that’s just how it tastes ! It seems to me all gluten-free pizza is like this and I should just give up on the pizza quest ?. And please no suggesting cauliflower pizza ?

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You can try making your own pizza. I have found out that to make a NY style pizza you need to start with

Grande 50/50 mozzarella cheese or whole milk mozzarella cheese

Escalon 6 in 1 ground tomatoes (do not cook before putting on pizza)

Pizza crust:

  Udis for thin and crispy

  Dr Schar for thick and chewy

  Etalia (Colorado) for  a NY style crust

 

You add a smidge of sugar to the sauce if it tastes bitter and then salt to taste then build the pizza. Even mistakes seem to taste good. :D

Grande and Escalon can be found in an Italian store. Pizza aficionados like those ingredients so it's just a matter of making some calls locally.

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Against The Grain Pizza. Use a pizza pan -- not a cheap one but a good one that has holes in the bottom. 

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Real good foods makes a great one but it has dairy....My dad who is not a cealic eats it around me and says it taste great. You can find them in walmarts now or order by the case.....I have to go the califlour route with Califlour foods...like a hybrid flatbread new york style one...make it extra cripsy with a long prebake myself and use non dairy cheese on it but I have issues with gluten, dairy, peanuts, soy, and can not have carbs....other AI diseases from not taking care of my celiac early enough.....Cappllos makes a good one also just super expensive...BTW a pizza pan and or Pizza stone is a must. The stone keeps them soft chewy while a pan will make them crisper dryer.
Honestly just get a Real Good Foods one from walmart or order by the case. Found some companies that make hotpockets gluten free also lol if you want a list.
https://realgoodfoods.com/productpage/

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Cheerymarie,

I don't  eat pizza's in general much today because the carbs tend to raise my sugar too much but when I was eating pizza's more.  I swear by Matteo's Pizza.

https://www.matteospizza.com/about

they actually have a "negative gravity room" dedicated to a gluten free prep area.

They use Tom Sawyer flour as I remember and my gluten friends often didn't know it was gluten free unless I told them.

And here is the nice part.

They will ship nationwide.  I used to put an order in once a month and buy a dozen at a time for my freezer.

I hope this is helpful.

 posterboy,

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I agree with Andy, we've found that Freschetta is the best. California Pizza Kitchen margarita pizza isn't bad... but the Freschetta pepperoni one tastes the most like regular pizza. The crust is SUPER thin and you have to really check it to make sure it doesn't burn, but like I said - we think it's the best so far. 

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If you use the Ibotta Rebate app, they have almost the full $5.50 back on the Real Good Pizza for walmart right now, they also have several coupons for Canyon house bakery and Udis Loafs in several stores right now for a few bucks back. Smithfield meats (most are gluten free labled) and some others. >.> I have referral codes if anyone wants one in PM lol SO hard to get by on this diet money wise so figured I would share the savings.

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