Vegan Pizza Day? I saw so many vegans out in the blog-o-sphere who made their own amazing vegan pizza using so many delicious ingredients.
I wanted to try something different though. There had to be a pizza joint in Pittsburgh producing high quality and delicious cruelty free pie… right?
I was in luck!
I found two places who cook up vegan pie, Pizza Sola and Pizza Fusion. I decided to give Pizza Sola a try since it is pretty close to my house.
I ordered, get ready for it, a half onion/pepper and half pineapple / banana pepper pizza. Yum, yum, gimme some!
It was mighty delish! Bravo Pizza Sola on catering to us chubby ‘Burgh vegans!
Their vegan pizza was a cheese – less pizza so I decided to add a little Daiya mozzarella at home and throw it in the oven for a few seconds. Ideally, it would have come loaded with some delicious teese or daiya, but baby steps… baby steps.
I served it up with a chubby vegans dream, Frank’s Hot Sauce, homemade vegan ranch and some beer.
So I would give it a chubby thumbs up and recommend giving Pizza Sola a visit the next time you are looking for some vegan pizza. Plus, they are open late to top off a night of boozing and debauchery. Score!
More pictures and a vegan ranch recipe, after the jump!
Source: Adapted from Veg Web
Scant 1/2 cup nondairy milk
1/2 cup vegan mayonnaise
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon dried or fresh parsley, finely chopped
salt and pepper, to taste
Mix all ingredients in food processor. Refrigerate immediately.
Below are pictures from my pizza day celebration...
|South Side location|
|Ready made cheese-less vegan pizza|
|Box of yum|
PS- If you have never mixed banana peppers and pineapple on pizza stop everything you are doing and try it. It is AWESOME!Tweet