I live 23 Miles from Downtown Detroit, I actually have a bakery that just makes gluten free baked goods including pizza. I guess I am just tired of paying top dollar for food my dog turns her nose up too, and keep in mind this dog eats cat poop. There is suppose to be a fabulous grocery store (that only sells gluten free items) and small restaurant (about 25 person seating) on 14 Miles and Livernois. It's about 50 or so miles away but gets high reviews from everyone including a radio personality that has this problem, so one day I will bite the bullet and make the trip. I guess trying to lose weight and pizza really don't mix. Maybe a treat after a 25 lb lose?
Mzz, no I haven't tried it. I may get to Ft. Lauderdale this year, and next time I'm down there I'll make a point of checking it out.
There's another pizza which is gluten-free sold at supermarkets in the midwest ... www.vanharden.com/pizza/story.html . The crust is cheese. The inventor has an interesting story about why it was invented (not for celiacs/gluten sensitive/intolerant or whathaveyou). There's a link on this page which has a store locator. Shipping it is extremely expensive. Our local celiac support leader's mom lives in Iowa, so she's tried it: she wasn't bowled over. But everyone's different and all that. I would love to try it myself someday.
NormaMuriel - haven't you ever found an Amy's frozen gf pizza w/rice crust at the health food store? Or are you in the boonies?
Be curious! If health is wealth, I'm aiming to be stinking rich!
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