Do you love homemade pizza? Before all the toppings are put on the pizza, there must a really good crust.
Since I’ve been on the Fast Metabolism Diet, I have removed wheat out of my diet. (Here is my reasoning to removing wheat.) I searched in the organic section of one of the local grocery stories. There are many pre-made crusts and mixes. Some of the crusts/mixes have wheat flour in them, which isn’t what I wanted.
I was reading in Parents magazine (September 2013, p 66) about health news. A new study in Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology found that dustless chalk contains casein, which may cause kids with milk allergy to experience asthma symptoms. The symptoms include coughing and shortness of breath.
Most sidewalk chalk is dustless, so check the label if your child has a milk allergy.
If you want to learn more about what this study found, check it out on the Allergic Living website.
I first started making baked ziti when I bought the cookbook, “Cook This, Not That.” I used their recipe for awhile until I tweaked it into my own baked ziti recipe.
Each time I make it, it’s a little different. I add peppers and zucchini to the basic recipe, which I think adds a unique flavor.
Here is my recipe for baked ziti.