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    Perfect Primal Pizza Crust

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    Has anyone else tried the Perfect Primal Pizza Crust recipe posted on the latest recipe roundup? I just made it and holy freaking cow it is amazing. I regret that I put toppings on it because it is so unbelievably delicious on its own! I'm thinking of just making it into side-dish fritters next time or something.

    WOW.

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    What's the link, please?

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    The one with eggplant?
    I made it we loved it!!

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    Queen,
    Here is the link,
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/prima...-primal-pizza/

    Best to all,
    Grizz

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    Thanks for letting us know, I've been planning all week to make that for dinner tonight! Now I'm extra excited. =]
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    hrm... maybe dinner tonight will have to be pizza and see how this goes...

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    I tried the first one as I didn't have any eggplant... I wasn't too impressed, don't like my pizza to taste like coconut. The eggplant one looks delicious, have to make that soon, after I go grocery shopping.

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    What could i use instead of the cheese as a binder? Just more eggs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.ROB View Post
    What could i use instead of the cheese as a binder? Just more eggs?
    I would use more egg whites to avoid the eggyness.

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