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    I made a primal pizza the other night that I think is really good. The crust is grain and nut free and you can hold it and fold it. I've tried a lot of other primal pizza crusts, mine isn't low carb, but it is much closer to traditional pizza. Please check it out and let me know what you think!

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    That looks rather awesome, and a lot of the Primal pizzas here don't quite hit the notes I've been looking for, either!

    Can you describe the texture? Did it get a nice crispness, even though you could fold it? How chewy?

    I may just have to try this!

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    • #3
      Wow, I love the way it looks and will definitely try it.
      Thanks for the great instructions and pics.
      I'm going to Italy summer of '15; can't wait to try pizza everywhere.

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      • #4
        Clever ... I've read a lot of Primalised Pizza ideas but this is one I'd happily try.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Finnegans Wake View Post
          That looks rather awesome, and a lot of the Primal pizzas here don't quite hit the notes I've been looking for, either!

          Can you describe the texture? Did it get a nice crispness, even though you could fold it? How chewy?

          I may just have to try this!
          It's crispy on the outer edges and softer/chewier in the center. I hope that helps
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          • #6
            Originally posted by JudyCr View Post
            Wow, I love the way it looks and will definitely try it.
            Thanks for the great instructions and pics.
            I'm going to Italy summer of '15; can't wait to try pizza everywhere.
            I'm jealous! Yeah, my husband and I have said that when we return to Italy, we will definitely still eat the pizza there. You just have to eat it!
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            • #7
              Well, I'm a pizza lover so, I love to try every kind of pizza.

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              • #8
                I just made this. It's really easy and it's pretty much exactly like pizza crust. It's amazing how buttery it tastes since there's no butter in it or anywhere near it. It didn't make it to the final product, unfortunately.....as soon as the crust came out of the oven my husband and son ripped off huge hunks and devoured it. So no pizza. But they had hot, soft, crunchy bread so they were happy

                I think I'm going to try to roll this out somehow, to get it thinner for using as wraps. Maybe sprinkling extra coconut flour on a board to roll it? It's super sticky.

                It's really delicious. And the edges do get crispy. A winner! Thanks so much for sharing.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by little vase View Post
                  I just made this. It's really easy and it's pretty much exactly like pizza crust. It's amazing how buttery it tastes since there's no butter in it or anywhere near it. It didn't make it to the final product, unfortunately.....as soon as the crust came out of the oven my husband and son ripped off huge hunks and devoured it. So no pizza. But they had hot, soft, crunchy bread so they were happy

                  I think I'm going to try to roll this out somehow, to get it thinner for using as wraps. Maybe sprinkling extra coconut flour on a board to roll it? It's super sticky.

                  It's really delicious. And the edges do get crispy. A winner! Thanks so much for sharing.
                  I'm so glad you liked it! It makes me happy to hear that someone tried and really liked my recipe You could definitely roll it out. I actually debated on doing that for my stuffed focaccia recipe, but I was too lazy I would just put the dough between 2 pieces of parchment and roll it out. I don't think you would need any extra flour because it shouldn't stick to the parchment.
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                  • #10
                    Best one i've seen in years on here, Thanks.
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                    • #11
                      Oh good idea on the parchment! I ended up doubling the recipe, too, and it worked fine. My husband is pretty darn happy right now - eating his first "sandwich" since going primal in October This is definitely a winner and I'm going to make it once a week or so as a treat. Not even as pizza....as bread! I don't think it will ever make it to being pizza ;P
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                      • #12
                        Thank you so much


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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by TanyaV View Post
                          I made a primal pizza the other night that I think is really good. The crust is grain and nut free and you can hold it and fold it. I've tried a lot of other primal pizza crusts, mine isn't low carb, but it is much closer to traditional pizza. Please check it out and let me know what you think!
                          I think this looks pretty promising. The recipe resembles Brazilian cheese bread, minus the cheese. I'm going to try it tonight as a Naan-esque accompaniment to a curry dish. Do you think it's bendy enough to work as bread for a gyro? That would be awesome!
                          50yo, 5'3"
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                          CW-125, part calorie counting, part transition to primal
                          GW- Goals are no longer weight-related

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                          • #14
                            Definitely bendy enough! I just took the last 4 squares of the batch I made and put them in the toaster for my husband's and son's breakfast. They spread mashed avocado on them and added sliced tomatoes and salt and pepper and the bread was soft and chewy, with very crunch ends. They are extremely flexible, even after being toasted. My husband's already requested that this be a weekly thing. He doesn't want to overdo baked goods but this is probably the best baked good palefaux we've ever tried
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                            • #15
                              Wow, definitely going to try this ASAP! I've seen all the meatza/cauliflower crust/etc interpretations, and while I think they are clever, I know they just aren't going to cut it when I want pizza with a real crust.

                              Also, thanks for the pics on your blog, I love that you take pictures every step of the way and show exactly what it should be looking like at every step- very helpful when making a new recipe!

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