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09-22-2009, 07:21 PM
Keeping in mind that none of them will eat vegetarian pizza.
What are the most healthy kinds of pizza I can get for my family?
I found a bunch of coupons on this pizza coupons site (www.1pizzacoupons.com), what is the most healthy kind of pizza that a picky anti vegetable kid would eat?
I want to take health, cost and taste and put them into a highly enjoyable balance.
the healthiest one is going to be one you make at home. you can get whole wheat dough, add pureed veggies like carrots and squash to the sauce in addition to wheat germ (very healthy for you), then top with what ever toppings the child will eat. with the veggies and wheat germ in the sauce I wouldn't worry too much about the nutritional value of the toppings.
09-24-2009, 04:39 PM
We use whole wheat tortilla's as a crust (I like crispy crusts) and let each family member make their own individual pizzas with misc. toppings. Much healthier than anything you can buy ready made and much cheaper too! Also, is always fun for kids to help and they are more likely to eat when they've picked out the toppings. I love to do this when my neices and nephews visit.
09-24-2009, 07:03 PM
I like using whole wheat pitas as the crust. I used to be able to find mini pitas, and had a blast making little pizzas, but they discontinued them or something!
11-14-2009, 03:44 PM
visit pcrm.org, vegan by design, (im short on time gotta mike this short) the arteries become as hard and brittle as the stem of a clay pipe. they are so full of calcium they are more like rocks than blood vessels. cutting them with a scissor at autopsy makes a distinct crunching sound. this blockage also occurs in the arteries to the brain. when they close off, part of the brain dies a stroke.. get vegan burgers (ect) cows milk is for baby cows, get rice or soymilk. ps, visit (mrmcmed.org) reform march of dimes.org
12-20-2009, 05:56 PM
You might want to avoid one that has too much meat in it. Look for alternative toppings, like seafood pizza and the like. Also, many pizza restaurants offer a wide variety of crusts that aren't made from whole flour. Lou also has a good suggestion of making your own, so that you know what goes into it.
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