This recipe is apart of my 3-Step Rhythm Cleanse, which you can learn all about right here
Pizza is one of those dishes that really satisfies the soul somehow. Likely its the beautiful combination of light meats, veggies, sauce and cheese on top of thin slices of bread. But if those traditional combinations are Glycating your proteins and adding to your toxic burden, surely there's an alternative that hits all of the right notes.
This pesto sauce really makes the pizza. The crust is slightly flimsy when straight out of the oven, but does stiffen up a bit as it rests. The less heavy the toppings are, the more crispy it gets. Pesto is easy to use in many dishes so make a batch and freeze it.
Like this batch pictured here Topping the pizza here is recommended with thinly sliced chicken and mushrooms. You can do Whatever you'd like, as long as the meat is clean. Vegetables are always a nice addition, but you're eating pizzatonight right? Try a pasture raised pork - Hot Italian Sausage crumbled over top!
Once you've tried this pizza once or twice and you really have a solid understanding of pizza that's not New York Style Pizza, you can branch out include some tomatopizza sauce later on.
These tomato sauces must be HOME made from whole peeled tomatoes in order to be tolerable by the digestive and immune system.Phases II and III:
Serves 2, prep 30 minutes, cooks 35 minutes PeStO:
1 Cup Fresh Basil-packed in a cup or food processor
114 Cup of Pine Nuts
114 Cup of Pecorino/Parmagianno Grated cheese mixture
1/3 Cup Olive Oil, add or subtract to achieve desired consistency.
2 cloves of Garlic, minced or crushed
Put all ingredients into food processor and pulse until reaching desired consistency. This pesto is immediately able to be spread without any further processing.Crust:
Extra Virgin Olive Oil for greasing the panor any of the good oils
1 Small head of cauliflower, cut into small florets
3 Egg, lightly beaten
1/2 C Shredded Buffalo Or Goat Mozzarella
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon cracked black pepper
1/2 teaspoon dried oreganoTopping:
Pesto sauce from recipe above, in whatever amount you prefer, lightly covered-slightly thick really thick layers.
3/4 C Buffalo Mozzarella shredded
1/4C or more Pecorino-Romano Cheese