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Can you try again?

I need 4 new tires for my truck that costs over $1000. :D

.... PIZZA! :huh::lol::lol:

bleh.bleh.bleh.

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Can you try again?

I need 4 new tires for my truck that costs over $1000. :D

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA OH god I am gonna pee my pants!!!! :lol::lol:;)

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Amen Sister!

MMM thanks for the calzone linkie-dink!!! :D I seriously cannot tell you how long it's been since I had one of those.

I wish I could find good fake cheese. All mine start out as powder! LOL! (roads end organics) the rice cheeses I find have stupid carageenan or soy lecithin and I am 'tarded... :lol:

LOVELOVE!

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MMM thanks for the calzone linkie-dink!!! :D I seriously cannot tell you how long it's been since I had one of those.

I wish I could find good fake cheese. All mine start out as powder! LOL! (roads end organics) the rice cheeses I find have stupid carageenan or soy lecithin and I am 'tarded... :lol:

LOVELOVE!

I have a cheap cast iron tortilla press and it gets the chebe nice and thin for the calzones. As for the cheese I haven't found anything other than the Road's End. Galaxy makes a cheese-like substance that comes in slices and doesn't have soy but I'm not sure how well it melts. It is made of some substance that doesn't occur naturally in nature. I am going to try making cashew cheese one of these days.

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MMM thanks for the calzone linkie-dink!!! :D I seriously cannot tell you how long it's been since I had one of those.

I wish I could find good fake cheese. All mine start out as powder! LOL! (roads end organics) the rice cheeses I find have stupid carageenan or soy lecithin and I am 'tarded... :lol:

LOVELOVE!

Can you do cashew parmesan?

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I have found a recipe for that actually, I think I will try it out!

You know what I have been doing as kind of a 'fake out' parm?

(Course it tastes NOTHING like cheese but it's more of a textural fake out)

I toast bread crumbs! with some herbs, garlic pdr, and s & p !

lovelove B)

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I have found a recipe for that actually, I think I will try it out!

You know what I have been doing as kind of a 'fake out' parm?

(Course it tastes NOTHING like cheese but it's more of a textural fake out)

I toast bread crumbs! with some herbs, garlic pdr, and s & p !

lovelove B)

oh, that's a good idea. I am all about the texture. I don't know if I even care about the cheese anymore.

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Honestly, I just want something to glue my pizza toppings to the crust! LOL! :lol:

maybe wallpaper paste? B)

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Honestly, I just want something to glue my pizza toppings to the crust! LOL! :lol:

maybe wallpaper paste? B)

Liquid Nail also works well :)

My Italian father in law makes his vegetarian lasagna with a layer of polenta and it rocks. The polenta seems to hold things together. My husband likes pureed kidney beans on his Chebe pizza. Says it adds another layer of flavor and texture to it. And I think we're all about flavor and texture here.

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Oh my I think I'm going to try that! HAHAHA B)

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Hey, we skipped the cheese and added hashbrowns, they stick to the sauce and taste good too...the shredded look like cheese..Ha Ha! :lol: Similar taste to french fries and ketchup. My dd loved it on that same pizza crust we talked about in the earlier post.

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That sounds good, too! I'll bet that would work well on a "white" pizza also :)

There is an all u can eat pizza place about 4 hours from my house (we buzz down there all the time :lol::angry: ). They make one called Idahoan. I forget what's on it. Hashbrowns for sure and bacon. They are very creative! The dessert pizza looks fabulous but I never tried it 'cause I was too full already.

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Nah, I think wallpaper paste has gluten in it :P

I have the opposite problem. I can have the cheese, but not the tomato sauce. So I tend to do a lot of cheese, and or a later of cream cheese which melts all nice and gooey.

I also love to drown the plain focaccia half way through the baking with butter and roasted garlic. Then I eat it like that, as garlic bread. As it finishes baking it gets kind of crusty. Mmmmmmm . . .

Honestly, I just want something to glue my pizza toppings to the crust! LOL! :lol:

maybe wallpaper paste? B)

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I can't do nightshades too! :lol:

I am a very boring pizza person.

I bet hashbrowns would be fun.

Violet, I have been using pesto on my pizza crust. It's packed with flavor. I guess they just look a little strange with out something 'melty'! ;)B)

I love roasted garlic I keep extra in my fridge in case of emergency! hehehe

If I can't buy something I am detemined to make fake cheese.

I feel a little like a mad scientist this week! HAHAHAHAHAHA :lol:

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I can't do nightshades too! :lol:

I am a very boring pizza person.

I bet hashbrowns would be fun.

Violet, I have been using pesto on my pizza crust. It's packed with flavor. I guess they just look a little strange with out something 'melty'! ;)B)

I love roasted garlic I keep extra in my fridge in case of emergency! hehehe

If I can't buy something I am detemined to make fake cheese.

I feel a little like a mad scientist this week! HAHAHAHAHAHA :lol:

I live off of tomatoes but if I had to do the nightshade-free thing I would do a butternut squash, roasted garlic and sage pizza. I've used this combo for chebe ravoli before and it's mighty tasty.

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Some Japanese/Oriental stores have these 2x4xhalf inch blocks of hard mochi rice -- I mean don't drop one on your foot.

In the oven or microwave they soften and become like melted cheese. I've used them as a crust for pizza but also with a little spice they taste a little like cheese.

good luck!

ken - the other mad scientist -- or maybe just mad - or crazy

If I can't buy something I am detemined to make fake cheese.

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I have found a recipe for that actually, I think I will try it out!

You know what I have been doing as kind of a 'fake out' parm?

(Course it tastes NOTHING like cheese but it's more of a textural fake out)

I toast bread crumbs! with some herbs, garlic pdr, and s & p !

lovelove B)

If you want a parm substitute, this stuff is great.

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mochi rice! on it my fellow madman :lol::lol::lol:

oh jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanet I love butternut squash with sage mmmmm! B)

checking link right now mango! danke!

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is there anywhere i can buy parma online? i would love to try it!

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I've used guacamole to glue things on my pizza--it was pretty good! And I sort of made cheese recently from raw cashew paste. I bought it in a jar--didn't make it myself. I added some lemon juice and salt to it and it made a fair ricotta layer--nice and oily and salty, just like cheese. Maybe it would help pizza as well?

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Hey again,

1)vegan mac and cheese (almonds)

2)cheese sauce sub (beans)

both of these can be found under "sauces" @

http://www.allergygrocer.com/id728.html

I hope you can adjust them or SOMETHING so you can make your pizza ;)

and eat it too! :D

:P

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