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Lola
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great you can find the flour instead!


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I made pizza for the B and AB part of the family tonight.  I mixed millet and rice flour and some arrowroot powder to hold it together, along with baking powder, salt, and yeast.  We happen to all be able to eat tomatoes, and I topped theirs with safe turkey sausage and mozzarella cheese.  My husband was so excited.  He was like, "We have to take a picture!  It looks real!"  The crust was a tiny bit crumbly he said, but nothing to complain about at all.  I've also been  making blueberry millet muffins.  They're amazing.


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Your pizza recipe sounds good... Obviously, I am most interested in the crust recipe but also your sauce recipe...

Thanks in advance!


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I've also been  making blueberry millet muffins.  They're amazing.
Those sounds incredible ... May u be so kind as to post ur recipe ?? Thanks in advance !!



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I made pizza for the B and AB part of the family tonight. I mixed millet and rice flour and some arrowroot powder to hold it together, along with baking powder, salt, and yeast. We happen to all be able to eat tomatoes, and I topped theirs with safe turkey sausage and mozzarella cheese. My husband was so excited. He was like, "We have to take a picture! It looks real!" The crust was a tiny bit crumbly he said, but nothing to complain about at all. I've also been making blueberry millet muffins. They're amazing.


May you please post your recipes; they sound great.

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Going out of town for a week but will try to post them when I get back.  The blueberry muffin recipe is simply the millet "corn" bread recipe that's already posted plus some agave nectar and blueberries.  The pizza crust is just the same recipe with slightly less water, plus the yeast for flavoring, patted out into a circle and baked instead of put into muffin tins.  

The pizza sauce is tomato paste thinned down with some water with salt, basil, oregano and thyme to taste.  If you can eat peppers, it will be even better!  The only things we can really put on our pizza is the sauce, turkey sausage (I think I posted a recipe a long, long time ago--I'll have to check), spinach leaves, thin slices of squash and onion, and then the cheese for the B and AB in the fam.  A delicious meal (when you haven't had the real thing in years), even though it's neutral for me.  I put a huge romaine salad with it to at least have something beneficial.

Before I knew I was a non-secreter and could eat tomatoes, I made a white sauce for the pizzas out of rice flour, water, and Italian herbs (and salt, of course).  Cook and stir till thickened.


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Thanks, Ribbit!

I just got 25lbs. of Organic Hulled millet from Walton feed - http://www.waltonfeed.com.  I'll have to run some through my mill and try these...  Sounds great!


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Millet is also delicious mixed in with carrots, zucchini, butter and seasalt !! Yummii  


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I was inspired by this, so I made my own version.

I cooked the millet separately in vegetable stock. Then I saute beet, red bell pepper, onion and zucchini, mix, add a bit of olive oil and let it cool off.

I keep it in a tight container in my fridge as a quick lunch, breakfast or even dinner if I`m in a rush. I just add either feta as you do, cottage cheese or just drissle some of my yoghurt, garlic, lemon, olive oil-dressing over it.
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Quoted from oddos
I was inspired by this, so I made my own version.

I cooked the millet separately in vegetable stock. Then I saute beet, red bell pepper, onion and zucchini, mix, add a bit of olive oil and let it cool off.

I keep it in a tight container in my fridge as a quick lunch, breakfast or even dinner if I`m in a rush. I just add either feta as you do, cottage cheese or just drissle some of my yoghurt, garlic, lemon, olive oil-dressing over it.


That sounds delicious !!!!!!
It's wonderful the way everybody inspires one another to make such heartwarming meals  


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