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MrAnimeSK wrote:

Fair enough. Dam that sucks. I rememder when i was younger i was very skinny. I recall as a kid being full off two slices.
Lots of pizza def can make you lazy.





I ate more when I was younger. I guess I was more active and got hungry more quickly and also had a better metabolism. Pizza isn't something I always eat, but I'll admit that I do enjoy indulging in a good deep dish every now and then. I'm lucky my lactose intolerance is only mild. Dairy just makes me break out the following day, pretty much.
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Once a year at Christmas time.
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When I was a teenager who really craved greasy foods, my top number of slices out of a medium pizza was 4 (and that was my record).
Now I usually just eat 2-3, depending if there are side dishes and how hungry I am. I like having 1-2 slices with a nice garden salad or some raw vegetables like broccoli or carrot sticks. I think the fiber in the vegetables helps me digest the pizza better.

We've been making curry pizzas lately when we make them from scratch and they are super yummy! Basically, instead of using tomato based sauce, you use curry sauce for the base. Then for toppings we use cheese, banana peper, baby spinach, and pineapple.
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I rarely buy pizza or make it. When I do I tend to go for small thin crust ones so I get to eat half or even all of it.
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I'm like a hamster, or <insert animal here>. When I order pizza, I eat slowly but surely to ensure maximum efficient hunger sation (satedsation sated... sation... ugh). So one pizza can last me 3 days, if you eat only 2x a day and only 2-3 slices AT MOST a day. Oh and have ramen with each meal :D.
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Pizza is practically death for me. I'm a coeliac as well as lactose intolerant.
Posted 8/11/15
The whole damn thing. I love Pizza lol.

I try not to do it too often because when we do have pizza I usually eat a ton.
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I eat the whole pizza.
thin crust though. Can't be having with those deep pan pizzas.

sometimes I had 2 pizzas. this was at uni.


mersiere wrote:

Pizza is practically death for me. I'm a coeliac as well as lactose intolerant.


Dominoes in the uk do do gluten free pizza, and you can ask for them to not add cheese. of course you've got the potential issues of contamination from dodgy prep (and the price tag), but if you're desperate for pizza there are options.
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If I didn't eat anything before it that day, I can eat 4 large pieces.
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half of a large pizza
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Only three slices for me
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I live alone, I order a medium pizza to my apartment once every two weeks. As soon as I'm done eating it, on goes the anime!
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I don't like pizza.
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mersiere wrote:

Pizza is practically death for me. I'm a coeliac as well as lactose intolerant.


I have a friend with the same problem (she has other allergies on top of that too like soy and others...). Like the above poster stated, you can get pizza with a gluten free crust (or make it!) and use daiya cheese (it's made from rice, and it melts like shredded cheese). Some other people have used nutritional yeast to imitate the cheesey taste.

I found a recipe for vegan "cheese" that was really good a long time ago that used cashews and pickles and something else - it was really good! The cool thing about making pizza crust is that unlike other baked goods, it doesn't have to rise so if it stays flat that's okay. I keep lots of gluten free flours on hand because the best way to substitute is to put together mixes best for whatever you're making. For pizza crust, you could use almond flour, teff flour, oat flour, potato starch (tapioca starch if you can't have white starch), and/or buckwheat. It will taste a little like whole wheat or oats if you use oat flour, but it's worth it. There are a lot of web-sites with flour mixes to try.
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The only one I can eat the whole pizza of is the little Totino's pizza and then I'm soooo full. My family will order large pizzas and normally eat two pieces but if really hungry I can eat 4 pieces
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