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  1. my favorite keto friendly pizza recipe is the holy grail keto pizza recipe. It uses almond flower and eggs like this recipe, but also cheese and cream cheese in the crust. Just mentioning in case any low carb / high fat ppl like me wandered into this video! Arrowroot is a no-no for us types.

  2. Does it have an almond taste? That's what I think about when I think about almond flour crust, are there many carbs in arrowroot flour? Thank you for all you had work on find us a better pizza crust! I've never tried the eggplant crust. I grew up with a dad who was a baker, I've always put olive oil on or under my pizza.I'm looking at your pizza, and I'm thinking, fresh minced garlic, and a drizzle of olive oil, plus maybe some fresh basil too. So you can't make this more crispy? Still better then cauliflower and egg pizza. I tried the cream cheese crust, I was worried about burning the bottom, I didn't use parchment paper, I put it in a lasagna pan, lightly greased the bottom, but it could of cooked more. It was good, but like a thin layer of cheese, not a crust. The cream cheese crust would be good in a casserole dish, like with egg plant and meats, you can layer as many crust then and meat, veg, and bake. Should be good. The cream cheese crust is like a layer of cheese, so bake a few and put them in the freezer for lasagna, or what ever. I'm gonna go get some almond flour, and make this crust, my son is also low carb. (he's grown) he's be happy to have a (crust) pizza crust. Thanks again!

  3. I just want to know if flax eggs or chia would work well. I have a very bad reaction to eggs.
    It would be marvellous without those.
    I agree that I like the recipe called out as you go, it really helps.

  4. Video would be better if the amounts of the ingredients were mentioned. Easy to say adding 1 cup or 2 cups while doing and it saves looking all over for the amounts.There are some constants. One is 2 eggs. Guess we go from there..Still, it sounds like a good crust. Perhaps worth the time to figure the amounts. Thanks for the basics.

  5. I noticed in the video that you used cooking spray. Cooking sprays contain gluten. For something like this I always put some coconut oil on the pan and place it in the oven for a few minutes. Then I take it out and brush the oil over the surface. 

  6. Arrowroot has 28 grams of carbs per 1/4 cup serving and I believe this recipe calls for 3/4 cup arrowroot. 84 grams of carbs total, plus it's glycemic load is higher than wheat.  Not too Paleo IMO 🙁   

  7. Could you please tell me what i did wrong?  I followed recipe but the pan i used is Lagostina cast iron pizza and multi grain..i wanted to get away from the usual aluminum pan…it was very good for flavour but majorly dried out..And the Lagostina company says to bake on a lower heat..what do you think?  I really really want to master this one…HELP!! 

  8. Our favourite place to get gluten free pizza crust closed, so I have been searching to find a replacement for my pizza loving family. We just tried it and my gluten free, dairy free four year old gave you two thumbs up! It was quick easy and nutritious! Thanks a bunch!

  9. Vitamix is NOT cost effective.  After you spent $400+ for the unit, additional accessories (dry container), add up the daily "organic/inorganic" produce you purchase, high energy usage, wasted water to clean it after each use … you're better off buying a jar of organic coconut butter or green smoothies that's already prepared for a couple bucks every day.  I'm also not impressed by the plastic tamper, plastic cover, and plastic jar, everything should be light stainless steel (processed food in stainless steel would empty out much better and clean faster). The Vitamix is great for anything that needs to be processed for thirty seconds to a minute (sauces, drinks, ice, soups, pancakes), anything more than that on the mandatory 'high variable' is not cost effective.  It's only a matter of time until nanotechnology will allow a Vitamix/Blendtec power/blade into a 64oz. magic bullet sized unit for half the cost & power usage.

  10. Hi Alison, I'd love to find a nutritionist in my area (Houston). Can you tell me if there is a directory of nutritionist that are similar to your style? Not sure what you'd call that but it certainly is different from the usual nutritionist. Thanks

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