Last week I asked how people define "pizza" — does it have to have sauce? Cheese? What about the crust? For me, the crust is the most essential element. So how does this whole cauliflower pizza crust situation fit in, and why do people do it?
I took the question to Twitter, and people seemed very divided on the issue. There were people who hated on it:
Those who are in favor of cauliflower crust pizza:
And those that see it as a trend:
Do you have any strong feelings about cauliflower pizza crust? Do you think it actually tastes good, or is it just something people do to cut out extra calories or carbs?
Previously → When Is a Pizza Not a Pizza?
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