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Organic gluten-free pizza bases

Added on March 30th, 2012
Found in Gluten free, Organic

Amisa have come up with a deep-pan gluten-free pizza base that easily rivals the thin bases. It is crispy on the outside, but soft and light inside, and makes a delicious, quick home-made pizza.  It comes as a pack of two bases: all you need to do is add sauce and toppings of your choice. I could not believe how tasty this was – and so fast and easy, especially if you have children on a gluten-free diet.

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