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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Meatza is the way to go.
    Nice site. I had avoided because of the emphasis on chocolate -- took several recipes from there to try. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chatty View Post
    Nice site. I had avoided because of the emphasis on chocolate -- took several recipes from there to try. Thanks!
    Thanks As you can see, not that many reviews on bars for several months now. Trying to back off xD

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    That actually sounds like it could be really delicious. Almost an eggplant fritata base for your pizza ingredients. Probably not the same as pizza at all... but a great recipe.

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    I was thinking about doing a grated yam pizza. Not sweet potatoes, but yams, which are more neutral-tasting. The crust can be nice and crunchy from grated yams in a pre-bake, and then you can pile on the toppings. Or maybe a grated sweet potato crust will work too, since there are pizza recipes out there with sweet potato toppings. Hmmmm time to experiment

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    You can go for flour-less latkes with sauce. We used to do mean mushroom sauce from dry wild muchrooms with latkes when I was young. Do you guys think one can dehydrate grated potatoes/zucchini/eggplant etc in a dehydrator instead of wringing it in a towel? I could never quite do it right.
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    Hmmm that's true, you could do it with potatoes. No duh. I never even considered that since I'm not a huge fan of them.

    I don't think dehydration would work, because they'd be too pliant, versus crunchy. Unless you want a really flexible pizza crust with no crunch.

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    I was thinking to dry them off, then roast....
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    Oh. Wouldn't they get disintegrated? Or were you just going to use a dehydrator to just get some of the water off? Imo, that takes too long and too much energy. >_<

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    I make little pizzas by using portobello mushrooms as the crust. . . easy and delicious!

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