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Anyone Eaten Domino's Gluten-Free Pizza Recently?

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7 minutes ago, Feeneyja said:

Really?  Do you have a name?  I would love a frozen "pizza" we can have right now (FYI, we are grain free because gluten seems to have messed up my daughter's digestion sufficiently so she has to stay on top of chronic SIBO). 

Edit:  Oops. Just saw the link!  Thank you!!

There is that company for the meat one, there is 3 other companies that make grain free pizza options 2 are dough kits ot make your own pizza and one other one makes frozen couliflower crust with even vegan options for dairy free (I use them or the dough kits when in a hurry) Simple Mills, Julians Bakery both make dough kits/mixes grain free. Califlour foods makes the crust premade also with vegan options, you add your own toppings.

OH Juilans Bakery also makes grain free bread you can buy, bread mixes. and both simple mills and julians make waffe/pancake, and muffin mixes grain free.

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I am on the road a bit and tried it in many cities. I have not had any problems. I do always call my order in rather than just using the online ordering so I can emphasize the seriousness of having it totally gluten-free. They can get expensive, what doesn't these days, but I LOVE that you can add any sauce, cheese and toppings that you rather than just one or two choices for gluten-free and that is it.  

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I recently Ate Dominos Gluten free and had/have a horrible reaction. In Fact i could have ate a piece of gluten bread and had less of a reaction. It was like the Entire pizza was Gluten. I'm Itchy and Have the good ole D that Imodium wont hardly help. Might end up taking a couple of days of Xifaxan to straighten me out. I ate Pizza Hut Gluten free in the past and did not have a reaction at all. SO Be very careful, this is my 2nd time trying Domino's gluten free and having issues, bad issues.

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Im not sure about if its safe or not? (Im one of those that does not feel the symptoms of being glutened) but Ive tasted it and it tastes horrible. Its like eating heated cardboard and nothing like their normal pizza. Or any decent pizza for that matter. If youre going to risk cross contamination for pizza I highly recommend trying literally anything else. seriously the worst pizza ive ever had

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Xifaxin is an antibiotic, and gluten poisoning is not caused by or related to bacteria. So what is the logic in taking Xifaxin to "cure" a dose of gluten poisoning?

My (late) friend's son owns a pizzaria in NJ. He gets gluten-free pizza crusts from his distributor. Frozen, on disposable aluminum platters to ensure no flour is picked up in the pizza oven, poly-bagged to ensure they stay clean. All he has to do--for a number of years now--is keep clean when he adds the other ingredients, and he's never had a complaint. I believe this is the same program that Udi's is using with Pizza Hut now, to supply them with gluten-free pizza crusts.

On the cross-contamination? A pizza oven is around 700-800F, well hot enough to destroy gluten proteins. A *careful* owner, who understands simple hygiene, could easily decontaminate the oven floor if things weren't busy, or use the supplied clean gluten-free trays with those crusts. Similarly, if there is "flour flying around all over" that will leave a pasty dust on the walls and fixtures which is going to invite rats and roaches. It is simple good hygiene to keep a food prep area clean, and it should not be hard to keep it dust-free for the few minutes it takes to top a pizza crust and pop it in the oven. (And any flour that's flying around, is also money being tossed out the door.)

But then again, so many people come down with food poisoning every year and go to ER's, because someone couldn't figure out how to keep things clean in a food prep area anyway. Gluten or not.

I've had good luck with California Pizza Kitchen, where apparently my local knows how to keep things clean in their kitchen.

If the prep guys don't know how to keep things clean, and they don't know what allergens are, and they sometimes speak no known language...do you want to eat there anyway?

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