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    Default Internet pans Papa John’s new all-toppings, crustless pizza

    Ariel Zilber
    August 18, 2022

    Papa John’s is introducing new all-toppings, no-crust “pizza bowls” — and social media is having none of it.
    The Indiana-based restaurant chain plans to roll out “Papa Bowls” nationwide next week.
    Customers will have the choice of three options — Garden Veggie, Chicken Alfredo, and Italian Meats Trio. The dishes cost $7.99 each and will be officially offered for sale to loyalty member customers this week.

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    Default Re: Internet pans Papa John’s new all-toppings, crustless pizza

    I am not one of those who orders fast food or takeout. As you all probably know, I grow or raise about 95% of my diet, all organic; about the only things I shop for at the supermarket are yogurt, cheese, pet food and toilet paper. All the rest is canned, frozen, dried or fermented for winter. But I do occasionally order one of the individual size pizzas from my wonderful little country store, and I tell you what, if there were a Papa John's in the middle of rural Maine, I'd likely be one of their customers! Because I am diabetic, if I want to avoid pharmaceuticals and keep my condition under control, I have to avoid starches and sugars, so a pizza without them would suit me just fine!
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    Default Re: Internet pans Papa John’s new all-toppings, crustless pizza

    For all you pizza lovers that can't indulge because of grains, gluten, starches, and undigestability for whatever reason, here is the answer to a prayer, (and/or a step in the right direction), which has already been available at some lesser known pizza franchises and other independent pizzarias, in the past. And it's just like lasagne without the pasta, and very keto-like. A cassarole.
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    Well I FINALLY had my first crustless pizza Poppa Bowl (cassarole) today, pretty good. When ordering the four, two veggie and two meats, take-outs for both me and my disabled SIL, the Poppa John franchise first wrapped them in corrugated covered, heatable (hmmm ???) composite plastic dishes with corrugated cardboard envelope covers, and then slid all that into 4 larger corrugated pizza boxes. Next time, I'll remember to bring my own recyclable bag to eliminate the big outer boxes, since some are eaten right away at home, while others are frozen. All that garbage, but at least the corrugated is locally recyclable. And I forgot to check the composite plastic dishes for a recycle number, I'll check later. Also, one could create their own no-crust pizza cassarole at home much easier and cheaper, I'm sure "Islander" would agree.

    And just yesterday, I volunteered two hours helping to unload much corrugated cardboard, #1,#2,,and #5 plastics, steel and aluminum cans, and glass, from a long line of vehicles for the twice monthly recycle event. Gosh, you wouldn't believe all the big time boozers from all the large amounts of beer cans, wine, and hard liquor bottles. I wish my old sensitive tummy could still tolerate daily beer or wine with noontime dinner, but I settle daily on the one gallon jugs of the UNsweetened version of Red Diamond ice tea instead, and their #1 plastic jugs are easily squashed for recycling. Maybe the holidays. https://silvercityrecycles.org/what-we-recycle/
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