I just agreed to eat ONE pizza with grains per month.
I mean- I’m Italian. I was raised on pizza. To say this is difficult is an understatement. Pizza can be a well-balanced meal if you pile on vegetables and meat. And, there are plenty of gluten-free pizza options in Los Angeles. So, this is really hard for me.
But, here’s the thing.
Most gluten-free pizzas have grains. And, even though I live in Los Angeles, capital of “gluten-free options,” I still haven’t found a grain-free pizza in a restaurant. And, definitely not a pizza place that will deliver a grain free pizza.
So, what’s wrong with grains? When I consume grains, my entire body hurts. I have a lot of inflammation in my body. I’m sore. I wake up sore. I can’t walk the stairs.
So, here’s the deal. I’m going to hold up my end of the deal.
1.) If you have any grain-free pizza recipes, please contact me, as soon as possible.
2.) While I’m enjoying my one gluten-free pizza a month, I will be at The Six Chow House in Los Angeles. Please, don’t shame me for not going cold turkey.
I know that in 6 months, I may laugh at this day. I may be delivering grain-free pizza’s in Los Angeles. Maybe, I’ll even start a food truck with pizzas (my secret bucket list item). Don’t tell anyone.
But, for now, I will only eat one pizza. And, it’s at The Six Chow House in West Los Angeles. That’s how amazing this pizza tastes…
BBT…Debecca Farm Bacon, Fresh Basil, Blistered Cherry Tomato, Mozzarella
Pear Royale…Roasted Brown Butter Pears, Crispy Prosciutto, De Stefano Burrata, Balsamic Reduction, Basil
Gluten Free Flatbread…with all your seasonal favorites (pure addiction)
The Six Chow House
If you’re looking for more gluten-free bites in Los Angeles, check out these places in the Los Angeles Guidebook category.
If you want to chat about The Six Chow House scribble in your thoughts and hit send; I would love to hear from you. And, seriously – send me all your grain-free pizza recipes.
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