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    Evelyn Guest

    Default Boboli pizza

    It seems to me that the Boboli company could make a lot of money selling low
    carb prepared pizza crusts to us diabetics!

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    Evelyn

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    Susan Guest

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    Evelyn wrote:
    > It seems to me that the Boboli company could make a lot of money selling
    > low carb prepared pizza crusts to us diabetics!
    >


    But Boboli are gross tasting!

    I bought a perforated pizza pan (a pizza stone would work, too). I put
    a low carb wrap or horizontally halved low carb pita on it. Lots of
    cheese, onions, peppers, olives, good sauce. Very high oven heat just
    til melted. Easy peasy.

    I also made great low carb crust using Carbquik or Bob's red mill LC
    bread mix, but I'm too lazy to do that regularly.

    Susan

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    Jacquie Guest

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    Sounds Good Susan...I Think I will try that

    "Susan" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Evelyn wrote:
    >> It seems to me that the Boboli company could make a lot of money selling
    >> low carb prepared pizza crusts to us diabetics!
    >>

    >
    > But Boboli are gross tasting!
    >
    > I bought a perforated pizza pan (a pizza stone would work, too). I put a
    > low carb wrap or horizontally halved low carb pita on it. Lots of cheese,
    > onions, peppers, olives, good sauce. Very high oven heat just til melted.
    > Easy peasy.
    >
    > I also made great low carb crust using Carbquik or Bob's red mill LC bread
    > mix, but I'm too lazy to do that regularly.
    >
    > Susan
    >




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    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Evelyn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > It seems to me that the Boboli company could make a lot of money selling
    > low carb prepared pizza crusts to us diabetics!


    As pizza crusts go, they are pretty low in carbs. At least the thin ones.



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    Ricavito Guest

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    On Jun 2, 4:51*pm, Susan <su...@nothanks.org> wrote:
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    >
    > Evelyn wrote:
    > > It seems to me that the Boboli company could make a lot of money selling
    > > low carb prepared pizza crusts to us diabetics!

    >
    > But Boboli are gross tasting!
    >
    > I bought a perforated pizza pan (a pizza stone would work, too). *I put
    > a low carb wrap or horizontally halved low carb pita on it. *Lots of
    > cheese, onions, peppers, olives, good sauce. *Very high oven heat just
    > til melted. *Easy peasy.
    >
    > I also made great low carb crust using Carbquik or Bob's red mill LC
    > bread mix, but I'm too lazy to do that regularly.
    >
    > Susan


    Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    weird? I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    with it.

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    Nick Cramer Guest

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    Ricavito <[email protected]> wrote:
    > [ . . . ]
    > Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    > weird? I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    > with it.


    Try it. See if it makes a good, tasty pizza crust. Weird? Who cares?

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    Nicky Guest

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    On Tue, 2 Jun 2009 22:01:11 -0700 (PDT), Ricavito
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    >weird? I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    >with it.


    Almond flour is great to cook with. I just posted this pizza base
    recipe for Robert:
    http://lowcarbcookworx.com/recipes/23platforms.html

    I often make brownies, muffins, cakes etc with almond flour.
    To start you off, whilst I'm on this website - type almond into the
    search window...
    http://lowcarbcookworx.com/

    Nicky.
    T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
    D&E, 100ug thyroxine
    Last A1c 5.3% BMI 25

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    Susan Guest

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    Ricavito wrote:

    > Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    > weird? I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    > with it.


    It doesn't have the strength or texture you'd want for pizza.

    Susan

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    Ricavito Guest

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    On Jun 3, 5:22*am, Nicky <ukc802466...@btconnect.com> wrote:
    > On Tue, 2 Jun 2009 22:01:11 -0700 (PDT), Ricavito
    >
    > <newsgrouprea...@frontiernet.net> wrote:
    > >Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    > >weird? *I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    > >with it.

    >
    > Almond flour is great to cook with. I just posted this pizza base
    > recipe for Robert:http://lowcarbcookworx.com/recipes/23platforms.html
    >
    > I often make brownies, muffins, cakes etc with almond flour.
    > To start you off, whilst I'm on this website - type almond into the
    > search window...http://lowcarbcookworx.com/
    >
    > Nicky.
    > T2 dx 05/04 + underactive thyroid
    > D&E, 100ug thyroxine
    > Last A1c 5.3% *BMI 25


    Thanks Nicky, for the almond flour waffle receipe and the links.
    There are some receipes even this lousy cook could manage.... better
    yet, I'll leave printouts of the ones I like where the cook in the
    house will stumble over 'em.

    Ricavito, hoping to wake up to an almond flour waffle Sunday morning

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    Ricavito Guest

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    On Jun 2, 10:27*pm, Nick Cramer <n_cramerS...@pacbell.net> wrote:
    > Ricavito <newsgrouprea...@frontiernet.net> wrote:
    > > *[ . . . ]
    > > Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    > > weird? *I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    > > with it.

    >
    > Try it. See if it makes a good, tasty pizza crust. Weird? Who cares?
    >
    > --
    > Nick, KI6VAV. Support severely wounded and disabled Veterans and their
    > families: *https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/* *Thank a Veteran!
    > Support Our Troops: *http://anymarine.com/* You are not forgotten.
    > Thanks ! ! * * * * * * * * ~Semper Fi~ * * * * * * * *USMC 1365061


    LOL, weird as in concept is okay, weird as in how it looks is okay,
    weird tasting....hmmmmm. Might be another uh....
    memorable....experiment like my cherry yogurt (forgot to pit the
    cherries, lol).

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    Ricavito Guest

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    On Jun 3, 6:53*am, Susan <su...@nothanks.org> wrote:
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    >
    > Ricavito wrote:
    > > Could you make a pizza crust with almond flour or would that be too
    > > weird? *I bought a bag of almond flour and now don't know what to do
    > > with it.

    >
    > It doesn't have the strength or texture you'd want for pizza.
    >
    > Susan


    Too crumbly, huh? Somewhere around here I still have your brownie
    receipe and that might be a great use for almond flour. But I fear
    waking up my inner chocolate beast with even a low carb chocolate
    treat, LOL

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    Susan Guest

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    Ricavito wrote:

    > Too crumbly, huh? Somewhere around here I still have your brownie
    > receipe and that might be a great use for almond flour. But I fear
    > waking up my inner chocolate beast with even a low carb chocolate
    > treat, LOL



    Do you mean the Scharffen Berger one? It only calls for a 1/4 cup of
    flour and I sub carbalose for that, and use xylitol and liquid Splenda
    in place of sugar.

    You could use Carbalose flour for pizza crust, I'm sure.

    Susan

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