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Test failed, moving on

Thursday, April 24, 2014

So last night we had homemade Hawaiian pizza for dinner. I forgot to cut the pizza sauce with carrot soup and used pillsbury pizza crust. Fail! So, maybe sometime down the road I'll test again with a tomato-free marinara I found and cauliflower crust, but for now the homemade pizza is out.

Since I failed test, today is a rest day so no egg test at the salad bar. I'm thinking they have other protein options on it--I hope so! If not, I'll get some ham when I get home. No big and no reason to stray. Then tomorrow night might be salmon night or leftovers night-depends on what happens in the morning. I'd like to test the salmon, really.
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  • v JENNA3
    Wheat was a pass for me, that's what's funny. But there's tons of other stuff in that Pillsbury crust, so now I know. :) I don't test clean on tomatoes, either, Marilyn. But I have found that I don't gain if I cut my tomato sauce 50/50 with carrot soup. I found a neat recipe for tomato-free marinara sauce. I hope to try it when beats hit my produce service, so cross those fingers! If it's any good I'll share on The Plan team page. :)
    790 days ago
  • v IFDEEVARUNS2
    Wheat is a problem for me as well. Giving up bagels is worse than giving up pizza, at least in my book.
    797 days ago
  • v LIS193
    Wheat is a major fail for me..
    The cauliflower crust sounds nice, I have to try that one day.
    Good luck!
    798 days ago
  • v DEB62BIE62
    Salmon is great. Try some of the Spark recipes for salmon, they are great. Salmon doesn't take long to bake.
    798 days ago
  • v AMARILYNH
    I'm so sorry it failed. I've intended to try that cauliflower crust too, but first I need to clean test tomatoes - haven't done that yet. emoticon emoticon
    798 days ago
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