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Just4kixx

Tomato Pie anyone?

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Hi all! Posted this last week, but the question is still eating :D at me...

 

I like to eat "tomato pie" from our pizza shop down the road. It is similar to regular pizza without the cheese + it has like a crushed tomato/garlic topping. The crust would be considered medium, closer to thin and DEFINITELY not deep dish. I could guesstimate :confused: , but if someone has more accurate info regarding how to determine Pts/slice, that would be super!

 

TIA

Annette


just4kixx (age 40;5'6")<br />Start date 4/21/02<br />HW:195<br />SW:192<br /><b>CW:168 OP#s Lost:24<br />1st 10% 6/27/02!</b><br />PGW:145 (revised 4/23/02)

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Ya know . . . I did a search on "tomato pie" on three different sites and your post is the ONLY one I came up with!!

I also want to know how many points in a tomato pie.

Does anyone know??? ugh.gif


If you really want to do something, you'll find a way; if you don't, you'll find an excuse.

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A friend of mine asked her leader how to point it out and they suggested take away 2 points (for the cheese) from total points for a regular slice.

Sounds too easy if you ask me... but I'm not complaining :D

 

Annette

BTW, what part of Pennsylvania are you from?


just4kixx (age 40;5'6")<br />Start date 4/21/02<br />HW:195<br />SW:192<br /><b>CW:168 OP#s Lost:24<br />1st 10% 6/27/02!</b><br />PGW:145 (revised 4/23/02)

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Guest SuzyQ99

Only 2 points? That seems like so many points for just the crust!! I always thought the cheese was the highest points on the pizza... I guess the leaders probably know more about it than me though!

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