I Will Never Take Pizza For Granted Again

sliced pepperoni pizza on white ceramic plate
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I have cooked pizza in recent years, despite my tomato allergy. You can see that post about my pizza with pepper sauce here

However, before I developed my tomato allergy right after graduating from college in 2017, I often found pizza just okay. I wasn’t passionate about eating it. 

Oftentimes, I ate it because it was the only thing available. If it weren’t, then I would try to find or eat something else, like pasta. 

But since I became allergic to tomatoes, I could no longer consume regular pizza. I can still eat white pizza, though, since it doesn’t have tomatoes. 

The good news is that I am working on reversing my tomato allergy and rebuilding my tolerance toward it. So far, it has gone well. 

I do this by mixing a cup of water and 1/2 a teaspoon of ketchup, and then sipping it from a spoon. Every few days, I decrease the amount of water with the same measurement of ketchup. Hopefully, I can eat tomato products by this summer 2021. 

Which brings me back to the point of this post. I will appreciate pizza more than ever. 

If I lose my allergy toward tomatoes, I will have to be careful not to overeat pizza.

Now, onto how I will prepare my pizza if I reverse my tomato allergy.

1: I will make a premade brand, frozen or fresh 

I used to love Red Baron pizza since I enjoy the flavor of pepper in tomato sauce.

I also loved the pizza from Costco. It is a crust with tomato sauce and raw cheese, but is fresh and not frozen.

2: I may use vegetables instead of cheese sometimes 

When I was younger, I would remove the cheese from my pizza slices since I didn’t enjoy it. 

I probably will still do that if I eat regular pizza soon, despite developing a taste for cooked cheese.

So, in that case, if I make a homemade pizza for myself, I may use veggies instead of cheese. It is also healthier.

There you have it.

Published by Sunayna Prasad

I enjoy writing stories, creating artwork, watching movies and TV shows, cooking, and traveling. These are the topics of my posts. I also publish books, where you can learn about them on my website, www.sunaynaprasadbooks.com. Be sure to copy and paste the link and subscribe to my newsletter on the email list button on the homepage.

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