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    Primal Pizza!!!

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    Let me just say WOW!!!! it was a little high in carbs for me but it was only 13.7G for 1/2 of a pizza and it was so good!!!
    I piled frank's marinara sauce, canned chicken, jalapeno's, black olives, tomatoes, green onion, mushrooms, motz cheese high on top a cauliflower crust and let me tell you it was sooooo delish!!! Not finger friendly due to the huge pile of primal goodness on it. I may try just cheese pizza next.

    Cal:441
    Fat:24.5
    Carb:13.7
    Pro:23.2

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    Sounds good!! I find cauliflower hard to work with when making crusts.
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    It came out good, could use a little more binder but not sure what would make it hold together more. maybe thicker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktripp View Post
    It came out good, could use a little more binder but not sure what would make it hold together more. maybe thicker?
    Maybe some coconut flour?

    here's one I made months ago, with only cauliflower and eggs as crust.

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    A couple of weeks ago, I made pizza (or rather, meatza) using elk meat as the crust (http://lauraswritings.blogspot.com/2...lk-meatza.html). It was very good and held up well to hand-eating.
    Started PB late 2008, lost 50 lbs by late 2009. Have been plateaued, but that thing may just be biting the dust: more on that later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangentrider View Post
    A couple of weeks ago, I made pizza (or rather, meatza) using elk meat as the crust (http://lauraswritings.blogspot.com/2...lk-meatza.html). It was very good and held up well to hand-eating.
    You have got to be kidding me!!! I surfed you blog and the foods you have on that are crazy good looking!!!! My mouth is still watering!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marktripp View Post
    You have got to be kidding me!!! I surfed you blog and the foods you have on that are crazy good looking!!!! My mouth is still watering!
    Thanks. :-)
    Started PB late 2008, lost 50 lbs by late 2009. Have been plateaued, but that thing may just be biting the dust: more on that later.

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    Any suggestions on making the cauliflower crust? I've never attempted it before.
    Insert whitty diet remark here!

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    Its really easy just follow the instructions, I made 2 I used one later that night then used the other a day or 2 later. I think making it and using it might be the way to go in order to keep it as food friendly as possible. Also let the pizza cool, that helps.

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    What's the actual cauliflower crust recipe?
    Insert whitty diet remark here!

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