Here's a pic of the "pizza" I made and the family loved it! It was very filling and rich-tasting (probably because of the nuts).

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p class='originalcommentintro'>On July 23, 2006, starrybatfish wrote:

That looks very decorative-Like for a party! Was it hard to make?

On July 23, 2006, Wendi Dee wrote:

It took some time to make it, but the time was spread out over two days. Like, I soaked the nuts (took 5 minutes to put them in for soaking), I mixed the crust (took like maybe 10 minutes, at most) and put it in the dehydrator overnight. Then I made the hummus (took maybe 10 minutes), chopped the small amount of toppings (maybe 5 minutes), then we "heated" it a bit in the dehydrator again. All-in-all it didn't take a lot of time (about 15 minutes each day), but it was a bigger deal than making a salad.

On July 23, 2006, medamoso wrote:

MMMMMM and WOW!!! That looks so fantastic. The crust looks way better than anything I ever made in the deydrator. Kudos to you!

xoxox

On July 24, 2006, Wendi Dee wrote:

I think the ground flax is what made the crust stay together so well. I was thinking using all of that zucchini would make it fall apart, but it didn't! Thanks for letting me borrow your dehydrator!

On January 22, 2010, Wendi Dee wrote:

It took some time to make it, but the time was spread out over two days. Like, I soaked the nuts (took 5 minutes to put them in for soaking), I mixed the crust (took like maybe 10 minutes, at most) and put it in the dehydrator overnight. Then I made the hummus (took maybe 10 minutes), chopped the small amount of toppings (maybe 5 minutes), then we "heated" it a bit in the dehydrator again. All-in-all it didn't take a lot of time (about 15 minutes each day), but it was a bigger deal than making a salad.