A surprisingly easy and tasty concoction! Fantastic way to sneak in some vegetables and replace the gluten if you so desire. It is different from real pizza crust, as it does not possess the doughy and soft texture. However this will likely win you over if you prefer thin-crust pizza – just ensure that you bake the cauliflower crust until very set and crisp! This dish is also less laboursome than making a ‘real’ pizza from scratch – no need to knead the dough and place it aside for the yeast to let it rise, etc. Enjoy!
An increasingly larger percentage of the general population are reporting problems caused by gluten ingestion, whether it is due to celiac disease or gluten intolerance. What is the cause of this? Experts believe that human modification to wheat has made it better, more robust crop. However, could this modification to the wheat crop be accountable for the rise in celiac disease and gluten intolerance?