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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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  • 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. :)
    1394 days ago
    Wheat is a problem for me as well. Giving up bagels is worse than giving up pizza, at least in my book.
    1401 days ago
  • LIS193
    Wheat is a major fail for me..
    The cauliflower crust sounds nice, I have to try that one day.
    Good luck!
    1402 days ago
  • DEB62BIE62
    Salmon is great. Try some of the Spark recipes for salmon, they are great. Salmon doesn't take long to bake.
    1402 days ago
    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
    1402 days ago
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