View Full Version : How do I use raw pizza crusts?
04-03-2009, 10:26 AM
Last week, I did make some small(3" - 4" across)buckwheat pizza crusts in my dehydrator, and put them into the freezer for later use. Now, how do I use them? Do I put a sauce on them(like blended sundried tomatoes for instance) and put them back in the dehydrator, or eat as is with just some toppings? Not sure, as I am new to raw pizza and not having eaten it before. I've seen some pix of raw pizzas but am just not sure how to do it after making the crusts. Making raw pizza is totally new territory for me. Has anyone had success and made one that is so tasty that one would never miss cooked vegetarian pizza(I miss this, still, and succumb once in awhile!)
04-03-2009, 10:27 AM
Either way. I used to do that. Make small ones, freeze 'em and then pull out when I needed them.
Alissa's recipes are REALLY good!!! But they can be tweeked to suit your personal tastes!
04-03-2009, 10:45 AM
Hi veganforlife! I don't have Alissa's book, so I've been winging my raw recipes from the Internet, and just my own intuition, as I like to experiment. Have you simplified your diet so that you don't eat raw pizza now? Just curious, as mostly my diet is on the simple side, with some dehydrator staples thrown in. Just got a food processor a couple of months ago, which does make some things way easier.
04-03-2009, 10:50 AM
Used to because I'm fasting right now (day 61). I'll be eating pizza again some day...
Simple is better, I think...
04-03-2009, 11:02 AM
where did you get the buckwheat pizza crust recipe? i have some raw buckwheat and had no idea what to do with it.
i'm with you--i MISS SAD pizza still!
can you make the sauce with just regular raw tomatoes or does it need to be sundried? are all sundried tomatoes raw? or are some cooked too????
i have Alyssa's book for the rest, but i was wondering on the tomatoe sauce b/c i am unsure of the sundried tomatoes here...
if you make yours, please let us know how it turns out & i will do the same.
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