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Wednesday
Apr222009

Eaten Alive: Truly Yummy Raw Pizza

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One thing that can put a newbie off of raw food is the funky tasting recipes that sometimes are offered for our favorite cooked foods. I've eaten some bizarre foods during my journeys through raw-ville. And while I can see how some of the interesting tastes and textures might appeal to a long-term raw foodist, for a newbie like me it was not particularly encouraging at the time.

I'm a food scientist by education, and I've got a super picky Carnivore hubby; so if I'm going to serve a raw entree in our home, it's going to have to taste good.  I developed this recipe (and several variations) last summer in a fever of pizza-craving madness. To my surprise (and pleasure), it not only became a huge hit in the established raw community, it was approved for use with non Raw-nivores.

Feel free to serve this as a quirky little appetizer to your Cooked Friends, or make enough for a full meal, if you're so inclined.

Warning for newbies (like you, Vaughan!!) - this kind of raw cuisine is considered 'gourmet' in the raw food community. "Gourmet' in the raw mind means 'this takes a ton of time to make.'

{Go to the Recipe!}

Reader Comments (3)

I can't seem to get the recipe which I really would love to try. Please help.

February 2, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterlibywright

I can't either I think it's bogus.

December 5, 2010 | Unregistered Commentercharrington

I don't understand this article...the writer is...saying "I developed this recipe..." But the Go to Recipe Link ...is my blog and my recipe.. .and I cannot get the picture on this article to load...oh well..anyway...the link is to my blog..but I did not write this article above..just wanted to clarify this..thanks!

July 30, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterRawfully Tempting

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