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    i love pizza, But have barely touched the stuff over the last year or so as its to easy to eat lots, and packed full of calories

    So...... Ive been doing some reading, and come across this.

    Store For Fitness

    And that led me to this

    Cauliflower Pizza Crust Recipe

    There are many ways to make it, which will also determine the macros for the base. Some ive seen use unflavored WPC as well for a protein boost.

    Anyone tried these? I will be trialing a few over the weekend.





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    yep lots of recipes on the net for veg based pizza crusts
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    Anything cauliflower is fail.
    I use Mountain bread as a base for low carb pizzas, there's also another flat bread Gluten free that has 16g of carbs per base. Made by freedom foods.
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    Yeah i will generally use Pita bread for a pizza base, slightly higher carbs but much less then a tradition pizza base.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz View Post
    Anything cauliflower is fail.
    I use Mountain bread as a base for low carb pizzas, there's also another flat bread Gluten free that has 16g of carbs per base. Made by freedom foods.
    Really....... I love the stuff, mashed, soup, boiled/steamed with olive oil and salt, Or if im being really devilish il make a cheese sauce with garlic, Pour over the top and bake with Parmesan & bread crumbs on top.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Neddysmith View Post
    Yeah i will generally use Pita bread for a pizza base, slightly higher carbs but much less then a tradition pizza base.
    I still find wraps and pitta to high for me for the satisfaction the provide, I only have 100-150 grams per day. The best ive found is a sorja wrap with 13g carbs, and quite frankly id rather chew on carpet....


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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz View Post
    Anything cauliflower is fail.
    not if you do it right. just don't trust a lot of the recipes on the net.

    I laugh at most recipes for protein stuff as I can tell from the recipe that it won't be good.

    you just have to sift through the rubbish recipes.
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    I just hate Cauliflower. Blerghhhh!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaz View Post
    I just hate Cauliflower. Blerghhhh!!
    lol well there's no remedy for that ...except avoidance

    I have a recipe for a sweet potato protein pizza crust that it quite popular.

    but obviously a little higher in carbs.

    Will be making a cauliflower bread this weekend. Will report back on how it goes
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    That sweet potato crust sounds fabulous!!
    Will check your blog!
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