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  • We've done pizza quiche.
    We did put potato on the bottom as a crust.
    Then layered pizza toppings (meats, onion, capsicum, mushrooms, etc)
    Poured over eggs beaten with Italian mixed herbs.
    Top layer was tomatoes and cheese.

    Sent from my HTC_PN071 using Marks Daily Apple Forum mobile app

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    • Originally posted by Annieh View Post
      But very small.
      So you just eat a whole load of them! End up with a huge stack of scraped crusts!

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      • Originally posted by PBNewby View Post
        Since going primal I've had pizza once. The way I ate it is, I scraped the toppings off the crust and ate them from the plate. Left a triangle of crust. It was great! Interestingly, the toppings (non-crust) portion of pizza is usually quite primal!
        That is how I ate pizza before I even went primal. I would get the all you can eat deals, and that was a good way of getting your money's worth. :P

        It always weirded my friends out because I'd have a huge pile of pizza carcasses.
        Stumbled into Primal due to food allergies, and subsequent elimination of non-primal foods.

        Start Gluten-Free/Soy-Free: December 2012; start weight 158lbs, Ladies size 6
        Start Primal: March 2013, start weight 150lbs, Ladies size 6
        Current: 132lbs, Ladies size 2
        F/23/5'9"

        26lbs lost since cutting the crap.

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        • This is pretty hilarious though not exactly CW:
          The Flavor Is Outta This World - Cheezburger
          "...You sort of start thinking anything's possible if you've got enough nerve. -Ginny

          My story: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/i-now...#axzz2MzPtxo00

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          • Originally posted by Polecatz View Post
            Haha what a load of cw cr*p. I have low blood pressure to the point that doctors always comment on it. I add salt (the pink Celtic stuff) to every meal and always have and don't understand why it's feared. People I know who have kids seem to be terrified of their kids ingesting ANY salt. I'm talking to the point of being afraid of salted butter-not advocating covering kids food in salt. My opinion-it's probably partly genetic anyway.
            I am the same way. My naturpath keeps commenting on my low blood pressure. I use tons of pink salt on and in my food. I eat a ton of animal fat and saturated fat from coconut. I eat meat and lots of eggs. Shouldn't my blood pressure be through the roof according to CW? Not sure about the genetics part either because high blood pressure is rampant in my family.

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            • Originally posted by PrimalPumpkin View Post
              I am the same way. My naturpath keeps commenting on my low blood pressure. I use tons of pink salt on and in my food. I eat a ton of animal fat and saturated fat from coconut. I eat meat and lots of eggs. Shouldn't my blood pressure be through the roof according to CW? Not sure about the genetics part either because high blood pressure is rampant in my family.
              No not how it works.
              Think of the salt as a catalyst in an already broken system.

              Sent from my HTC_PN071 using Marks Daily Apple Forum mobile app

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              • Originally posted by PrimalPumpkin View Post
                I am the same way. My naturpath keeps commenting on my low blood pressure. I use tons of pink salt on and in my food. I eat a ton of animal fat and saturated fat from coconut. I eat meat and lots of eggs. Shouldn't my blood pressure be through the roof according to CW? Not sure about the genetics part either because high blood pressure is rampant in my family.
                It's not the salt you put ON your food but the CW salt that they must put IN the food to make CW SAD crap taste like anything decent. I can hardly gag down a hotdog anymore because of the loaded salt content and I am always dehydrated the next day and thirsty as all get out. They load it with sugar to make it palatable and addictive, they load it with salt to counter the sugar and to make you want more to drink (sugary drinks), they load it with preservatives to keep it around for weeks and months and they load it with chemicals that mimic what nature does (mouth "feel," satisfaction - look up PGPR and Hershey's).

                It ceases to be food at some point.

                I always tell people to NOT salt their steak when they go out to eat at a chain. If their steak tastes "salty" it's been bladed or injected with a brining solution and most likely has a higher incidence of salmonella or some killer bacteria or virus. Killer, because most of the meat that has been brined or injected comes from CAFO that routinely feed anti-biotics to their cattle prophylacticly, thereby causing the germs injected into the meat to be resistant strains of said bacteria or virii.

                Big culprit here on the East Coast is C & C Meats. I don't like to shop or go to a place that buys from them... and that's pretty much everyone.

                On the flip side, I was thrown from a horse onto frozen ground and broke a rib. When I went in to get seen, they kept asking me (49 years last week) if I was on statins or high blood pressure meds because my BP... in severe pain, was only 115/68. And my heart rate only 56.
                The eyes of all hope in thee, O Lord: and thou givest them meat in due season.
                Psalms 144:15

                Annie Sires

                Freedom consists not in doing what we like, but in having the right to do what we ought.
                Pope John Paul II

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                • Originally posted by eig View Post
                  They've obviously never had meatza.
                  Mmmmmm.... meeeeeaaaattttzzzaaaaa.

                  Also, I made a pizza crust out of cauliflower recently. It was nearly perfect. Another couple of tries and I plan to unleash upon my CW friends. I can't WAIT to rub it in their faces... hmmm... possibly literally.

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                  • how about a recipe for that cauliflower crust ? ? ?
                    please ?

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                    • Originally posted by neilc11 View Post
                      how about a recipe for that cauliflower crust ? ? ?
                      please ?
                      Ha! I know, right?! What a slacker! I knew this was coming.

                      Here is a link to the place I got my idea from. 21 Paleo Pizza Recipes with No Grains, But Plenty of Flavor
                      I used mostly the first one. But it's trial and error. Once I have it perfected, I PROMISE I will post it here in the forums. Everyone else should do the same!

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                      • Originally posted by Vince G View Post
                        Ha! I know, right?! What a slacker! I knew this was coming.

                        Here is a link to the place I got my idea from. 21 Paleo Pizza Recipes with No Grains, But Plenty of Flavor
                        I used mostly the first one. But it's trial and error. Once I have it perfected, I PROMISE I will post it here in the forums. Everyone else should do the same!
                        I'll be watching you and make sure you comply with your promise
                        "It's true, you are a good woman. Then again, you may be the antichrist."

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                        • Sister announces today that to better her health she is going 100% vegan.

                          Another one falling for CW. It will not work for her. Our family genetics doesn't do well on a plant based diet. She is not the first one to try. Whatever.

                          I tell her that and her response to me is that 'what works for me doesn't necessarily work for others'. Duh....again...whatever.

                          BACON!
                          44 F 5'5
                          SW 205.4
                          CW 180.4
                          GW 150

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                          • Originally posted by Kris T View Post
                            Sister announces today that to better her health she is going 100% vegan.

                            Another one falling for CW. It will not work for her. Our family genetics doesn't do well on a plant based diet. She is not the first one to try. Whatever.

                            I tell her that and her response to me is that 'what works for me doesn't necessarily work for others'. Duh....again...whatever.

                            BACON!
                            Gah horrible news. Get her a copy of The Vegetarian myth and tell her it is the best how too go vegan book out there. Tell her if she just digs through the start she will find the best advice possible about going vegan.
                            Primal since April 2012 Male 6' 3" SW 345lbs CW 240lbs GW 220lbs and when I get there I am getting a utlikilt. This one http://www.utilikilts.com/company/pr...ilts/workmans/ actually.

                            Join me at www.paleoplanet.net, where all the cavemen hang out.

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                            • Originally posted by ilovesteak View Post
                              I'll be watching you and make sure you comply with your promise
                              Well it may be a while. So, as sign of good faith, here is a hummus recipe I literally just made up, and then made it, it's delicious.

                              Zucchini Hummus

                              2 zucchini (peeled/chopped)
                              2 cloves garlic
                              1/2 cup tahini
                              1/3 cup raw macadamia nuts
                              1/4 cup EVOO
                              3 Tbsp lemon juice (one lemon)
                              1 Tbsp cumin
                              salt, pepper

                              Throw it all in a Ninja and blennnnnd.

                              Garnish with paprika.

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                              • Originally posted by Warmbear View Post
                                Gah horrible news. Get her a copy of The Vegetarian myth and tell her it is the best how too go vegan book out there. Tell her if she just digs through the start she will find the best advice possible about going vegan.
                                Tell her to go to beyondveg.com. Tell her it's a scientific and realistic look into alternative and ancestral diets. Tell her to read Tom Billing's bio if she's really dedicated to this from any ethical standpoint. Tell her it (in combination with other sources) saved my health, my job, and hyperbolically my life (because what do we have if not health and something to do?)

                                If she's still wanting to be vegan, pray that she's lazy because I was a whole foods vegan, and that's not really viable or healthy. She needs that heavily supplemented vegan junk food. ://

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