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I'm making my first one right now. Wish me luck, I hope I like it!
 

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What sauce are you using? Homemade crust?

I make a killer hummus, kalamata olive, cucumber pizza sometimes. Yum!
 

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I used homemade dough, but the sauce is fire roasted vegetable spaghetti sauce. I put mushrooms olives and red peppers on it. Your hummus one sounds delish! I think I'll give it a try.
 

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I used homemade dough, but the sauce is fire roasted vegetable spaghetti sauce. I put mushrooms olives and red peppers on it. Your hummus one sounds delish! I think I'll give it a try.
Sounds yummy. I have some Amy's cheesless pizza in the freezer, think I'm gonna go make it...
 

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Pfff, cheeseless pizza is not a pizza at all.
 

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What sauce are you using? Homemade crust?

I make a killer hummus, kalamata olive, cucumber pizza sometimes. Yum!
*drool*
 

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I like it! But the real winner is that my 7 year old loves it!
 

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I like it! But the real winner is that my 7 year old loves it!
Thats always the most important taste test.
 

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Pfff, cheeseless pizza is not a pizza at all.
When I went vegan, I figured that was it for pizza being one of my favorite foods. The one time I'd tried soy cheese, ages ago, I'd hated it. And cheeseless pizza? What's the point, I thought.

Well, I was wrong on both accounts. Soy cheese has come a long way in 10 years (Vegan Gourmet, mmmm), and cheeseless pizza, done right, is fantastic. I especially love caramelized onions as a topping, with a little balsamic vinegar. Sun-dried tomatoes are excellent, and artichokes are pretty and have a good texture. BBQ vegan chicken pizza is also awesome. There are just so many things you can do... You don't need to stick to tomato-based sauces. Caramelized onion, BBQ, pesto, Asian-style pizzas... use your imagination!
 

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When I went vegan, I figured that was it for pizza being one of my favorite foods. The one time I'd tried soy cheese, ages ago, I'd hated it. And cheeseless pizza? What's the point, I thought.

Well, I was wrong on both accounts. Soy cheese has come a long way in 10 years (Vegan Gourmet, mmmm), and cheeseless pizza, done right, is fantastic. I especially love caramelized onions as a topping, with a little balsamic vinegar. Sun-dried tomatoes are excellent, and artichokes are pretty and have a good texture. BBQ vegan chicken pizza is also awesome. There are just so many things you can do... You don't need to stick to tomato-based sauces. Caramelized onion, BBQ, pesto, Asian-style pizzas... use your imagination!
Cut it out, you're making me hungry.
 

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Cut it out, you're making me hungry.
Haha, I know, I did that to myself as well. 5 AM, I'm still up, and now I want pizza.
 

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Pfff, cheeseless pizza is not a pizza at all.
Before I tried it, I thought that too. But really, it's amazing. You don't miss the cheese at all, if you add lots of veggies - onions, spinach, olives, tomatoes (sundried and fresh), brocolli, chilli, aubergine, courgettes...I could go on and on. Cheeseless pizza is better than pizza with cheese on, because the cheese smothers the taste of all the other good stuff on there.
 

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I like cheeseless pizza. What I don't like so much is that it take a *lot* of cheeseless pizza to fill me up! I can only count on a big pizza being 2 or 3 meals, whereas it used to be 4 when I ate cheese. A cashew-based cheesy sauce makes it a bit more filling, but I actually like the flavors of veggies, sauce, and crust without any cheese substitute.
 

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I really liked it because you can actually taste the toppings. I never noticed how the cheese masks flavors.
 

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I made a cheeseless pizza the other day with caramelized onions, spinach, (It was supposed to be arugula, but I didn't have any.) tomatoes, olives, and pine nuts. It was good, and I plan to make it again. It definitely didn't taste like a traditional pizza though.
 
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