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Friday, October 5, 2012

Friday MoFo 5 Sloth Day Pizza

It's Friday and that means it's Sloth Day here at Veganville.
There are two kinds of sloth. The human kind and the animal kind.

The human sloth is:
a lover of sleep, couches, e-z boys, fuzzy slippers, high octane coffee, and early retirement and packaged foods. 47% of Americans who cannot afford health insurance have been referred to as sloths.


The animal sloth is:
so lazy that he cannot get up off his South American tree or ass. He is often two toed from losing his other toes to diabetes, since he could never afford his own health care. He grows algae all over his fur, because he is too lazy to shed. He has never voted in an election because he is two lazy to register.

By virtue of toes and voter registration I fall into the first category. Today we make gluten -free pizza crust from a package we found in a chain store. We shop at TJ Maxx for food props, and found this on the shelf. Vegan and GF! Why not?


We found it easy to make and spread out on the cookie sheet. We had some basil and vine ripened tomatoes in the frig, along with some Daiya. Just tore, sliced and sprinkled the ingredients. We added some nooch and a little oregano.
We thought it would taste like a flat bread, but we were really pleasantly surprised. After slicing the pie we realized the crust was indeed crusty as crusty crusts should be, and the rest of the slice was unsoggy and yet we could fold it like a New York pizza slice. This made these two New Yorkers very happy. I will definitely make it again, um maybe after another snooze.
We are super stoked about this crust.
Thanx for stopping by and remember to vote ;)

26 comments:

  1. I love poking around the food shelf at TJ Maxx - a little scary, maybe risky - but there is the odd treasure now and again.

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  2. I know, AUV it's so true I next to ever purchase anything like that and was even afraid to open it ,but I am glad I did.

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  3. THat pizza looks divine, and from TJ Maxx of all paces!!

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    1. I know, I was brave even to purchase food stuff from there, since the place is a little creepy to begin with.

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  4. I didn't even know TJ maxx carried foodstuffs. But nice find. The pizza looks great!
    I only wish all toe-d people had yr same voting registration.

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    1. I know, look in the special hidden foods section.
      Thank you FF.
      Me too me tto!

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  5. I wonder what type of sloth I am? LOL! I like that brand. I've only been able to find with at Whole Foods and other health food stores, but who knew I could go to tjmaxx! I guess I'll have to make a trip!

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    1. hahaha, Amanda! Ooh let me know if you find it in TJ Maxx.

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  6. Who wuuda thunk it? You never know what you'll find at TJs. Though, I'm about to find out. The pizza looks too good for sloths. Send it to me and eat something else.

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    1. The pizza is on it's way, Andrea ;)

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    2. I misread your post and thought you found it at Trader Joes. Wrong TJ. Yikes.

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    3. Yeah, I figured ;) TJ's should carry this dontcha think?

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  7. folding pizza is so very satisfying. i don't think i've gotten to do that since going xgfx, so i'm gonna look into it.

    xo
    kittee

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    1. Folding pizza is must and so fun. Why, it's better than folding laundry.
      Let me know if you like it.
      Your GF brownies kickass.

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  8. gotta go to TJ maxx to check that out! my husband, who loves piazzas, just said he wanted to incorporate gf into his diet. this post was a perfect timing :)

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    1. Yay, do chekc it out Jun, it out, I bet you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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  9. Wow TJ MAXX had that?! I would've picked it up if I saw it. Pizza looks delish! I've been treating my Daiya like gold till I get my next batch but this makes me want to eat it!

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    1. Ah I am well aware of what it is like to treat an ingredient like gold. This pizza is well worth the Daiya investment, Rithika ;)

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  10. Wow - what a score at TJ Maxx!

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  11. I only discovered recently how great TJ's is for food props! I always avoided TJ Maxx in LA, because it was who chaotic and garage sale-like in its displays. However, the situation is totally different locally. It's nicely organized, and I always seem to find something good when I go. They have loads of cute kitchen stuff, but I haven't allowed myself to pick any up since we're already overflowing with pottery in the cupboards. Still, it would be a great resource for someone whose cupboards aren't already full! Good lookin' pizza too!

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    1. That's right you lived in LA. For how long? Yeah their kitchen stuff is good for props. Your food stylin is always stylin!
      Thanx, Cadry.

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    2. I lived in LA for 13 years. Thanks, Gigi!!

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  12. Ah, thank you, John glad you got your lazy ass over to Veganville ;)

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