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#1 Old 08-14-2009, 05:09 PM
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Is the Dominos Pacific Veggie Pizza really a vegetarian pizza dish?



I received a flyer in the mail today and it does look very good!



Anyone ever had one?



Need information!



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#2 Old 08-14-2009, 05:24 PM
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And that has nothing to do with being vegetarian. I thought they were garbage even when I was a meat eater.



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ok, so... ingredients include:



"Roasted red peppers, spinach, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes and black olives with feta and provolone cheeses on a parmesan crust."



according to this page.



ingredients are listed here:



http://www.dominos.com/home/menu/ingredients.jsp



this page doesn't list the source of enzymes in the provolone or feta, or the parmesan crust at all.



so... i suggest you send them an email asking if the cheese used is vegetarian and produced with microbal rennet, or contains rennet derived from an animal source. you can do that from here:



https://info.dominos.com/dominos_piz...ntact?openform



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And please post back when you've found the info. A lot of L/Os round here would love to know what you found out.
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#5 Old 08-15-2009, 06:04 AM
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ok, so... ingredients include:



"Roasted red peppers, spinach, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes and black olives with feta and provolone cheeses on a parmesan crust."



according to this page.



ingredients are listed here:



http://www.dominos.com/home/menu/ingredients.jsp



this page doesn't list the source of enzymes in the provolone or feta, or the parmesan crust at all.



so... i suggest you send them an email asking if the cheese used is vegetarian and produced with microbal rennet, or contains rennet derived from an animal source. you can do that from here:



https://info.dominos.com/dominos_piz...ntact?openform






OK! Thanks, Message sent & I will post any reply I get.
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#6 Old 08-15-2009, 07:17 AM
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I found this information in a VB post from 2004.



I'll post any answer I get from Domino's regarding the Pacific Veggie Pizza.




Domino's Pizza



"Thank you for contacting Domino's Pizza. Our PIZZA cheese uses microbial rennet. Please note that we can not guarantee the source of the rennet in any of the other cheeses that we use (i.e.: cheddar and Colby/jack)."



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so thats a 'no clue' for the provolone and feta from then, them. i guess the best you can do is ask to see the cheese packet in the pizza place, or just order it without the two posh cheeses.
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so thats a 'no clue' for the provolone and feta from then, them. i guess the best you can do is ask to see the cheese packet in the pizza place, or just order it without the two posh cheeses.



Guess so..., Thanks for the help!



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