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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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sickchick    3

Has anyone tried one of those giant circular-shaped cookie forms? :)

I think I am going to try one, since I can't find pre-made crusts with no tapioca starch.

And I am not graceful enough to toss one and form it with my hands hehe B)

I'll let you know how it goes!

lovelove, :)

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Has anyone tried one of those giant circular-shaped cookie forms? :)

I think I am going to try one, since I can't find pre-made crusts with no tapioca starch.

And I am not graceful enough to toss one and form it with my hands hehe B)

I'll let you know how it goes!

lovelove, :)

sickchick

Hey! When I first found out I had Celiacs, I bought those big cookie looking crusts and had no problem with them. They weren't very crispy, which is the way I like it, but it was "pizza"! I put it in the oven first for a few minutes...then take it out, put all the toppings I like on there, and put it back in for about 3-4 minutes longer then it says...just to try to get it the most crispy I could. They are not bad at all! Then I discovered Bob's Red Mill Pizza Mix and Full Circle (I think that's what it is?) Pizza Mix...much more like pizza. So if you ever get brave enough, making your own with the pre-made mixes aren't too hard! Good luck!

*EDIT* I looked at my Bob's Red Mill mix and it does have Tapioca Flour...sorry!

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sickchick    3

Very cool!!! Thanks Minnesota! B)

I have been searching for a recipe online- I am pretty sure I can replace tapioca starch with potato starch! :) wohoo!!!

Happy pizza making :):):)

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Very cool!!! Thanks Minnesota! B)

I have been searching for a recipe online- I am pretty sure I can replace tapioca starch with potato starch! :) wohoo!!!

Happy pizza making :):):)

Try this Recipe, guarantee you won't beat it.

http://coeliac.ie/webboards/viewtopic.php?t=1422

Best Regards,

David

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Potato starch is a fine sub for tapioca. I like Irish Dave's recipe BUT I always let it rise overnight in the fridge. It makes a much better dough for me. I coat with olive oil and put in a big bowl. I take it out and let it warm for a half hour. I use parchment to roll it out on and spray it with olive oil--like Pam. It's not sticky and it's not all coated with flour. I have a handy little silicone roller I use, but I don't think that is essential. I prebake the crust at 425 for about 15 minutes and then lower the heat to 350 to finish the baked pizza.

Good luck! I have three kids, so making pizza IS essential for us. :D

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sickchick    3

Thank you everyone!! B)

I can't have dairy, so I will try to make David's crust without the milk granules. :)

And Rachelle, I will try yours with coconut milk and see how it works! :)

So psyched. HAHA

xoxo :)

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Thank you everyone!! B)

I can't have dairy, so I will try to make David's crust without the milk granules. :)

And Rachelle, I will try yours with coconut milk and see how it works! :)

So psyched. HAHA

xoxo :)

sickchick

Hi Colette,

For those that don't do dairy try using better than milk powder (rice or soy depending on other allergies) .

Best Regards,

David

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