She who must be obeyed has suffered all her life with skin problem that the doctors just seem to want to prescribe potions and creams for. On a recent visit to our pin man (acupuncturist), and a long chat, he suggested going dairy free, which she did. by the end of the month all rashes etc had gone.
Just to be sure, she started on dairy, within the week it was all back !
Cut out the dairy, its all gone again, and stayed away.
That's brilliant, thank you Paul ! Its quiet funny, we have a small WFO pizza business, so over the winter I am hopping to come up with some alternatives for people. So I will properly be trying all your pizza recipes over the coming months. Personally I like pesto better than a tomato base on my pizzas. But your recipe does sound interesting. I love mushroom, but 'she who must' won't eat them, any suggestions on an alternative ? Graham
Now that is interesting Graham, as I too have skin problems, which is a right pain for me trying to make dough...hence my using a breadmaker to make dough rather than by hand. I think I will give it a try, although how I am going to live without cheese is going to be a tough one. I know that it's not just what I eat though, as cutting up a tomato breaks my hands out, so have to wear gloves. Still, it's certainly worth a try. Remember I gave up wine for a month in case it was that....luckily it wasn't, and even more importantly, it wasn't coffee either! Don't think I thought about giving up dairy.
I've been having a look at Paul's website which is very good, so must try some of the recipes out, they sound lovely. Not quite sure I want to make the leap to vegan, although a lot of what I eat is vegan.
Tomatoes, peppers - even potatoes! My wife hates tomatoes in any form, so I make a potato pizza for her - and any spare potato slices are very welcome on my pizzas.
S-d-tomatoes, olives - I'm getting hungry now, and I'm slap bang in the middle of a liquid fasting day! ;D
I've just remembered I 'sold' (asked for a donation) my vegan and veggie pizzas on the Quantocks a couple of years running, in support of The Ancestor's Trail. Vegans/veggies were so glad to see something for them at the event - they went like, well, hot pizzas!
Years ago my folks had a few goats, and we drank mainly goats milk to no avail. same reactions on the skin and scalp. Not tried Raw Cows milk. I try to keep to red and green milk and watch my cheese input as I had kidney stones about 10 years ago, and that brought a tear to my eye !
I love my pizzas, but really do like to experiment. My favorite is a pulled pork with a bbq chili sauce, some times with a bit of pepperoni or chorizo as well......... making me hungry already.
I looked up Homogenising, Standardising and Pasteurising when the local farm started to do Raw Milk, which by the way is amazing and just how i used to remember milk was like when i was a kid, and was rather unimpressed with how the supermarkets have decided how we want our milk. Potentially causing some issues in how our bodies react to dairy products.
However, it is rather strange how we've decided that animals milk is better for us than our own human milk, eh? Imagine what dairy farms could be like!