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    Made a Pizza Today

    So I wanted some pizza, and I wanted an atleast somewhat healthy meal - so what's one to do?

    I decided to make my own pizza with a bit of an experiment.

    My mom has a bread/dough making machine thing that comes in pretty handy, so I used that to make my dough. The dough recipe called for 3 cups bread flour, which is definitely a no no; so I substituted with 2 cups oat flour and 1 cup whole wheat flour, along with some water, olive oil, yeast etc.

    Once that was done I put it in the pizza pan and it looked pretty good. For the sauce I originally wanted to make my own as well because I thought the store made type would be high in sodium and what not, but looking at all the recipes, they all called for some type of tomatoe paste anyway, so I said the hell with it and just bought some sauce, it didn't look too bad anyway, and I only used about 3/5 of the jar anyway.

    I got some 2% low fat monzzarella cheese and put that on there, used the whole bag with 6 six servings, 4 g. fat, 2.5 saturated, 8 g. protein. I figure I could measure this evenly with 6 six slices of pizza.

    I put some mushrooms on there.

    I grilled some lean steak and some chicken breast and then ground it up and smothered the whole thing with yummy meat, yum yum.

    And that was that! I baked it and took it out.

    It was TASTY! Yum! It was just like I had hoped, it was very deep dishy, but everything tasted great. I figured that one bad thing about pre-made pizza is that #1 the carb source sucks because of the crappy flour, and #2 you have to eat like frekin 4 slices before you can reach a high protein intake in which case you have like 800 calories by then.

    So I figure with this homemade style there's a decent carb sources, most of which is derived from oats, and pretty high protein to fat/carbs ratio (right around 30 grams protein per slice, 6 slices per pizza. I think it was like an 11 inch one or something). Yeah, it was kinda a pain to make, but kinda fun at the same. I may just make it a bi-weekly thing.
    Homer: Hey! I saved your life! That egg sandwich could have killed you by cholesterol.
    Lenny: Pfft, forget it, Homer. While it has been established that eggs contain cholesterol, it has not yet been proven conclusively that they actually raise the level of serum cholesterol in the human
    blood stream.


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    Mmmmmm Pizza

    Sounds really job. Great job experimenting



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    By the way I took a picture before I began feasting which I just uploaded, don't ask me why, I just felt like it.

    As you can see I wasn't lying when I said I smothered it in meat, the darkish meat is the steak if you couldn't tell.
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    Homer: Hey! I saved your life! That egg sandwich could have killed you by cholesterol.
    Lenny: Pfft, forget it, Homer. While it has been established that eggs contain cholesterol, it has not yet been proven conclusively that they actually raise the level of serum cholesterol in the human
    blood stream.


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    Stop posting pictures of pizza
    I'm hungry.



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    Pictures of pizza, that is even more appealing than porn here at IM.

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    Looks great! There is a pizza place in Canada, they make low carb pizza Never had it. Bet it just has a really, really thin crust!

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    Mm, I'll have to try that sometime!!

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    I made the dough for my boyfriend yesterday and he finished making the pizza with ground turkey, diced tomatoes, veggies and ff cheese. I had 1 slice and it was very good. I think he cooked the crust too long but otherwise it was freaking unbelievable. I felt like I was cheating but I knew I wasn't, it was that good.

    Thanks Derek for the great idea. This was quite easy to make (with a breadmaker) and very good. I can't wait to make many more of these after my comp.



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    HAH thats alot of meat per slice
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    I'd just spend the extra $10 bucks and get a large pie wit hamburger/shrooms from any of the great little Italian places around and save teh hassle, but thats just me. MMMMMmmmmmmm, Mushrooms.
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    what are the exact measurements for the oil and the yeast for the dough?
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    I bought a flour free ,gluten free, ready to eat crust at wild oats..
    no oils are preservatives, ingredients are brown rice only.
    Put FF cheese and a lil marinara and its actually really good. I think I can do just fine without flour. :

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    I think it's 1 tablespoon oil, and the yeast is like 2.25 oz. or something, I just used individual packages which are already measured out. I'd have to check the recipe later.

    And flex it's not something I'd make on a daily basis or anything because of the time invovled, but every other week or so I actually enjoy making it, so it's no big deal.
    Homer: Hey! I saved your life! That egg sandwich could have killed you by cholesterol.
    Lenny: Pfft, forget it, Homer. While it has been established that eggs contain cholesterol, it has not yet been proven conclusively that they actually raise the level of serum cholesterol in the human
    blood stream.


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