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  Reply # 856248 16-Jul-2013 09:01
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I have a similar Hell pizza, but with cheese, so it's ovo-lacto-vege not vegan. I find it fine. Without cheese though I expect you'll just have suck it up.

I was on a raw vegan diet for a while. I felt fantastic, though I got bored with the food, and it was difficult to maintain once winter hit.




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  Reply # 856272 16-Jul-2013 09:51
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If anyone is up in Matakana, pop into the Rusty Pelican and have one of their pizzas .. very nice!! :-)

Bit pricey but nice!

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  Reply # 857546 16-Jul-2013 18:01
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I'm always disappointed with fast food pizza, I always make my own with store bought bases. The bases I buy are supposed to be frozen*, and then you cook them from frozen. I buy deli meat ends, dice them up, and freeze them. And I really don't care about veges, but I imagine you could prepare some and freeze them. So 10-15 minutes of prep from ingredients straight out of the freezer (minus sauce and cheese), and ~30 minutes in the oven (pre-heating while you prep), and volia, pizza. Takes just as long to drive down and buy it, or get it delivered; but you choose the ingredients and it costs less.

*Giannis. Not as good as home made, but not as bad as leaning tower etc.

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