Some of you might remember me from a while back...haven't posted in a while, was too busy making delicious NY pizza
However, my mission has now changed quite drastically. I've just been diagnosed with celiac disease, which for those who don't know, means that I cannot ever again eat even the slightest amount of food containing gluten--which, for the purposes of our discussion, means no more normal pizza. Ever. Lombardi's, Grimaldi's, Totonno's....oh well, too bad so sad, I'm done forever.
This is quite a blow, as my life has pretty much revolved around pizza forever. I'm now in search of a recipe for gluten-free pizza crust (I can still use regular tomato sauce and cheese). I don't just mean any old crust that I can put sauce and cheese on it and call it pizza--I mean something that will taste, if not indistinguishable from the real article, then at least good enough to eat on a regular basis without saying, "gosh, I hate my life."
I'm going to try to find out all I can over the next few weeks about what recipes are available. In the meantime, does anyone know of any *good* gluten-free pizza recipes? i.e. not just something you found on the Internet, but something that you or someone you know has directly tasted and can vouch for? Is there anyone willing to help me on this quest?
Thanks for listening,