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Another pizza option
      #46008 - 02/21/04 05:55 PM
joanmarie

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Bev,
Have you tried the Amy's roasted vegetable pizza with the veggie shreds on it? I did that tonight and it was pretty good. Also, have you tried the garlic roasting pot from the Baker's catalog? Something else I discovered are some good bread tips on the King Arthur website. They have this really detailed article on making hearth bread in a regular oven that I plan to try.

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Garlic Roasting Pot? new
      #46013 - 02/21/04 06:58 PM
Bevvy

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I couldn't find it in the catalogue, neither could I find it online. Sounds interesting, though.

I tried an Amy's no-cheese pizza, but it was so awful we threw it out. I love her soy cheese pizza. Is the roasted veggie as good?

The hearth bread you're talking about -- is that the "hearth kit oven insert" that appears on page 38? Yeah, it looks pretty cool -- I'll bet it makes incredible pizza too. Unfortunately, I can't afford it. (But I do have my eye on that stoneware covered baker on page 37....)

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Re: Garlic Roasting Pot? new
      #46232 - 02/23/04 05:28 PM
joanmarie

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The garlic crock is on page 48. Oh my! I could never afforc the hearth oven insert. No, if you go to King Arthur Flour website which is different from the baker's catalogue site, they have a whole section on baking tips and list a 10 page description on making hearth bread with their flour. It was delicious! We ate a whole loaf before it had cooled. It didn't shape them right, they looked like 2 hams instead of loaves, but they tasted good. I think I'll have to call the company on tips for shaping. It was soooo yummy, and totally IBS friendly.

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Re: Garlic Roasting Pot? new
      #46241 - 02/23/04 05:58 PM
StephS

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Where do you guys find the Amy's pizza?

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Re: Garlic Roasting Pot? new
      #46250 - 02/23/04 06:20 PM
joanmarie

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I find it at our local health food store, and also our grocery store has a health food section which carries it as well. The roasted vegetable is really good with soy cheese on it. I'm not sure I would like it without the cheese.

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Re: Garlic Roasting Pot? new
      #46255 - 02/23/04 06:43 PM
Gerry10

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Loc: Las Vegas,Nev.

If you have a Smith Food Store.

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      #46269 - 02/23/04 07:39 PM
Bevvy

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Hey there Pretty Lady!

You can find Amy's Cheese-Free pizza at Safeway (EW), but they don't have Amy's SOY CHEESE pizza (YUM!); I have to go to the health food store to get it). It's worth the trip, though; I always buy out the store and stock up my freezer with it.

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Re: Another pizza option new
      #46402 - 02/24/04 12:14 PM
Leah

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I have tried it and liked it too! I also tried the Amy's Soy Cheese and Tomato Sauce pizza last night and it was YUMMY! I also take bagels, slice them and each half with speghetti sauce and soy moz. cheese. It's a mini-pizza and oh so yummy!
Leah

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