recently, a good friend of mine moved back home, and is now a celiac. i feel ashamed to attempt a pizza that won't build body and crumb, is there any ways to do this?
If I'm reading you correctly, are you simply asking how to make a good gluten-free pizza? If so, google is your friend
There are tons of websites with a variety of recipes, and you can take your pick of which ones you like. I personally have had pretty good luck with this one:http://cymry-pa.blogspot.ca/2011/01/new-year-new-kitchen-adventures.html
....the only difference being, I add about 1/2 tsp of baking powder and about 3/4 tsp of sugar to the dry ingredients. I just made the pizza today, and it was delicious.
In general, difference from "regular" pizzamaking is that you generally have to smooth out the dough with wet hands onto a baking pan. Usually GF dough will be much wetter than "normal" dough...often even one step away from being a batter. I prefer recipes though that result in a GF dough that is more of a "solid".
Hope that helps...but again, really, Google is your friend. Even on this website, in this forum, there are plenty of good recipes to try. Good luck!