Is this really edible?

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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by Sarah » Wed May 16, 2018 10:08 am

How about this? Anyone here tried it?

Prezzo Black Pizza
"Made with activated charcoal dough"
https://www.prezzorestaurants.co.uk/black-pizza/
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Wed May 16, 2018 10:45 am

The charcoal thing is supposed to be good for indigestion I believe

Sounds better than burning a bit of vegetable then scraping it into a pile and rolling food into it as you can leave the base lol
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by macliam » Wed May 16, 2018 11:49 am

Gimmicks and food....... :(

Just being able to produce something edible and nutritious without resorting to additives and trickery would help.

That's why I love eating in Portugal - fresh food, cooked well. The bread is a test.... even the meanest eatery has fresh bread that actually tastes and has texture, not chalk-filled "improved" pap. :thumbup:
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Re: Is this really edible?

Post by blythburgh » Thu May 17, 2018 9:07 am

macliam wrote:Gimmicks and food....... :(

Just being able to produce something edible and nutritious without resorting to additives and trickery would help.

That's why I love eating in Portugal - fresh food, cooked well. The bread is a test.... even the meanest eatery has fresh bread that actually tastes and has texture, not chalk-filled "improved" pap. :thumbup:
And that is why we cook mainly from scratch and if we ever buy bread it is from a proper bakery. We do not make our own pasta etc but we do make our own sauce so not 100% from scratch but nearly.

And we have a freezer full of vegetables and meat alternatives so nothing goes to waste. Meat alternatives is a must for a gout sufferer as meat can cause an attack.
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