Our latest creation is a vegetarian gluten free pizza, using Bob’s Red Mill pizza crust mix. A video including the recipe, is viewable in our You Tube account. In our opinion, this pizza is as good, if not better than any wheat based fare. Try it for yourself, and tell us what you think. We prefer a thin pizza crust, which means that you will need to take some time pressing out the dough. Do not even think about twirling this dough over your head “Italian-style.” Gluten free pizza crust does not lend itself to acrobatic heroics, unless you enjoy pizza crust all over your ceiling, and all over you.
If you want the ingredients list and detailed directions, sit back, relax, and watch the video.
Have any of you tried Bob’s Red Mill pizza crust mix? Do you have another favorite gluten free pizza crust that you would like to share? Please let us know, we’d love to hear from you.
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I was reading posts and wanted to let you know about this, what I had to discover the “hard way.”
“Wish that we could embed it with the post, but have not figured out how as of yet.”
Basically, you can’t embed unless you upgrade to a paid WordPress blog page; The only thing you can do is link to it. This is one of the drawbacks of WP, I think — that what others like Blogger offer for free, you have to pay for with WP. But, no other site gives statistics on readership and referral links like WP, too, and I find its compose-mode to be one of the best with spacious room to write, automatic saving/updating (can’t tell you how many blog posts I have lost in the past with other platforms), and some pretty nice Widget options.
It’s not perfect, but WP is pretty good, I think.
When I was back in the States/Canada this past summer, I tried Bob’s Red Mill gluten free products, but not the pizza crust! I would love to be able to. Maybe this next summer when I travel back to the States.
Meanwhile, I subscribe to the site http://celiac-disease.com/. I read a recent posting there that Colorado’s Beau Jo’s pizza offers gluten free crust and gluten free options clearly marked in their regular menu!! That is terrific! They are a classic Colorado favorite place which started back in the 1970s I believe.
Now, I just have to get myself healed enough where I am eating tomatoes and cheese again with no problems and then I will have some pizza. 🙂
This is a great site! Good luck with nurturing and developing it.
Thanks for your reply. Beau Jo’s pizza sounds lovely. We have a place here in Albuquerque, NM, called Pizza 9 that claims to have a partial gluten free menu. We have yet to try it. Our main concern rests with cross-contamination. We paid less attention to this issue when we were first diagnosed, but now, having “cleaned out” so much more gluten from our bodies, Gillian and I find that we experience immediate reactions when we are exposed to even minute amounts. P.F. Chang’s in Albuquerque also has a gluten free menu, which apparently is terrific.
All of us travelled to Paris in 2002 and just loved it. Of course, little did we know of our gluten problems. Croissants and baguettes were smiling at us at every corner. That was our last indulgence in the gluten world. We had so much fun. Lol! 🙂
We love Paris and you allow both of us and all of our readers some fun insights into the city through your blog. Thank you so much.
Inge and Gillian