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General Chat Thread, When is a pizza not a pizza? in General; Originally Posted by witch I think Tesco or someone sells substitute cheese grated Tesco do, it's in a bag marked ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    I think Tesco or someone sells substitute cheese grated
    Tesco do, it's in a bag marked

    MOZARELLA style cheese substitute
    Last edited by Sdrawkcab; 3rd July 2014 at 08:35 AM.

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    Know a lot of vegans/lactose intolerant people, with subs it's generally cashew cheese.

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    As someone who was a vegan for quite some time, I am amazed that fake cheese that melts exists. I searched high and low for a good 8 or so years for a good cheese substitute, but it was either something that tasted like play dough, or turned to chalk when cooked.

    Why isn't this stuff available easily in shops?!

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    Good point...it's damn hard to find a vegan cheese that melts like "normal" cheese.

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    I hate Pizza anyway,used to work in a Pizza Place, of which everyone in the town thought it was the best quality restaurant, of how wrong they where. The whole kitchen was filthy and the chefs used to go to the back and use drugs. Weed, Cocaine, those kind of things. The manager was involved in it all too so he never cared. I was around 14 at the time as a pot wash.

    After the things I've seen I'll never eat a Pizza again unless it's from a supermarket! Ugh.

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    Wonder if PizzaHut/Dominos use crap like this or if it is the little independant chains that are guiltier?
    @Sdrawkcab - that would explain why when I've bought the bags of grated cheese it's tasted like proverbial!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danp View Post
    When is it one of the pizzas from Millgate?
    Yum yum!



    Out of interest, what do you need to do to get a chocolate pizza from @Millgate?

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    There's so many great pizza places in London. That is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abillybob View Post
    I hate Pizza anyway,used to work in a Pizza Place, of which everyone in the town thought it was the best quality restaurant, of how wrong they where. The whole kitchen was filthy and the chefs used to go to the back and use drugs. Weed, Cocaine, those kind of things. The manager was involved in it all too so he never cared. I was around 14 at the time as a pot wash.

    After the things I've seen I'll never eat a Pizza again unless it's from a supermarket! Ugh.
    What makes you think a supermarket one would be any better? And surely a place like Pizza Express where they make the pizzas in plain sight would be OK?

    I did delivery work for a local branch of Dominos for a very short period once, their preparation standards looked good to me. I guess the thing to do is to look for those Hygiene Rating stickers on the outside of the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickjames View Post
    There's so many great pizza places in London. That is all.
    Pizza Pilgrims has to be one, if not the best, of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sippo View Post
    Pizza Pilgrims has to be one, if not the best, of them.
    PP is pretty good but I like Otto and Homeslice with their 20" pizza a fair bit

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    meh...Pizza is goooood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    Yum yum!



    Out of interest, what do you need to do to get a chocolate pizza from @Millgate?
    Enter here if you haven't already

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    Hmmmm.... "It revealed 19 out of 20 samples were found to contain “analogue cheese” - an artificial cheesy substance that is much quicker and cheaper to produce than real cheese".

    I think there's some erroneous letters there - 'ogue' - that would fit then what some companies put on their pizzas.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickjames View Post
    There's so many grate pizza places in London. That is all.
    Fixed (i know, it's cheesy)

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