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Wheat free pizza made at home from scratch.

TRUE LIBERTY

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With the wife and mines lifestyle it’s impossible to find a pizza not made from wheat, corn, rice or potato starch. We made the crust today at home with almond flour, egg, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese and Italian spices. It’s been 3 years since I’ve had a regular pizza but I swear I couldn’t tell a difference!

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We've made "pizza crust" out of THICK sliced bacon woven together in a cast iron skillet, then baked at 375 until it's about half done, and pull it out and drain the grease.

THEN load it with cooked sausage, onions, hot peppers, mushrooms, lots of cheeses, etc, until we think its about right, then put it back in to finish cooking the bacon.


There is nothing healthy about it, and you will need more than one beer.

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Lee

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With the wife and mines lifestyle it’s impossible to find a pizza not made from wheat, corn, rice or potato starch. We made the crust today at home with almond flour, egg, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese and Italian spices. It’s been 3 years since I’ve had a regular pizza but I swear I couldn’t tell a difference!

Some of the veggies toppings from our garden.View attachment 13159View attachment 13160View attachment 13161View attachment 13162View attachment 13163View attachment 13164
Looks awesome man, good choice of beer too. Love a Bud Light, truly refreshing!
 

TRUE LIBERTY

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Looks awesome man, good choice of beer too. Love a Bud Light, truly refreshing!
It was good, ready to make another one. Yes we split one beer, it’s the only one we can drink because they substitute rice for barley. Rice we stay away from also but it’s the wheats we 100% don’t eat.
 

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It was good, ready to make another one. Yes we split one beer, it’s the only one we can drink because they substitute rice for barley. Rice we stay away from also but it’s the wheats we 100% don’t eat.
Is that because of the Gluten?
 

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Nice! I could do with losing a few (50!) pounds, so might give that a go. :D
 

TRUE LIBERTY

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Nice! I could do with losing a few (50!) pounds, so might give that a go. :D
If you do make sure you check EVERYTHING read what’s in your ketchup and get the alternative with no sugar. Get the Spaghetti sauce with no sugar in it and get the spaghetti made from sweet potatoes but you can only eat a little. If you eat shredded cheese make sure you look for the one with just a few ingredients in it and absolutely no starch. Look up Doctor Davis on You Tube for more details to see the life style the wife and I have been living now for close to 3 years.
 
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