Here’s what I do! Domino’s thin and crispy crust is vegan, so I’ll order one of those without cheese and TONS of veggies. Then, while I’m waiting for it, I preheat my oven. When the pizza comes I cut myself a few slices, sprinkle some Daiya vegan cheese on it, and pop it in the oven until it gets all melty (: Easy peasy. You can do it!
I agree what the others have said – vegan pizza is lovely and so easy to make. Plus some shops even sell ready-made vegan pizzas if you’re feeling lazy Or get a take-away pizza and just ask for no-cheese.
I used to be an extremely ‘fussy eater’ but now I’m vegan I’m more willing to try new foods and actually eat a wider variety of things so go for it!
The great feeling that I get knowing that I’m no longer supporting such horrible pain & suffering by consuming dairy products makes it surprisingly easy to adhere to a vegan diet, even though I too am a picky eater and love pizza.
I haven’t really had to give up pizza though.
Shortly after I dropped dairy from my diet, I would often make vegan pizza and it would come out great. You don’t even have to use cheese, but, of course there is vegan cheese if you want to use it.
There are recipes online for making popular pizza chain pizza.
I tried recipes for Pizza Hut, Round Table and Shakey’s and they all came out good.
You can either simply exclude the non-vegan ingredients or you can substitute them with vegan ingredients. My pizzas were coming out good either way.
The more I made them, the better I got at it, and the better they would come out.