Friday yielded experimenting with 2 pizza crust recipes: one paleo, and one not. Both required very minimal, basic ingredients. I bake them in pans covered with parchment paper, but even so, the quinoa crust stuck to the paper in places. They were both edible! Both next time I will try to spread each one them thinner in the pans. Neither one can really be called guiltless, by any means (Lots of quinoa, lots of nuts), but they may not cause as much damage as the real thing, particularly since neither one requires added starch or greasy oils. The nice thing about these recipes is that they fill you up (unlike regular pizza, which I felt compelled to consume in larger quantities with less satisfaction but more fatigue/gross feelings afterwards. Of course it’s easy for me to diss regular pizza because of my food intolerance of the key ingredients… I kept it cheese-less to accommodate my avoidance of casein, so the almond based pizza had a pesto-like sauce, whereas the quinoa one had sweet potato hummus (the pesto recipe under-yielded, so I had to dig in my memory for a fast sauce-like recipe), and both were topped with spinach, sprouts, red pepper, chicken, and avocado. I really should have taken pictures to post, but I was in the moment, and the moment was nom!