Not sure if everyone’s aware but I stopped eating red meat several years ago for health reasons. Ever since, aside from rare occasions the only meat that I eat is chicken. I’ve seen the effects of this diet switch proven successful through bloodwork and never plan on switching back. Red meat’s nasty anyway. So because of this, you can imagine I’m somewhat sympathetic of vegetarians. Though personally I could never stop eating at least chicken due to its importance to my own personal cooking style, I can definitely commend people who choose that diet and I have utmost respect for them.
That being said, I do lament the fact we haven’t given much vegetarian-friendly support on the site outside of desserts or cereal. That’s my bad. But! This post will hopefully make up for that a little bit since we envisioned this Pizza Lab exclusively vegetarian in nature. It comes from a friend of mine who recently posted about a food place selling Buffalo cauliflower bites. Meanwhile, Buffalo chicken is a pizza that unfortunately lots of non-meat-eaters miss out on. So that’s where Pizza Lab comes in!
It pains me to say this, but I will be the first to admit there’s not a lot of foods America can call claim to which aren’t disgusting amalgamations of street trash and bacon. Many of our biggest, most popular foodstuffs here are derived from other countries, brought over by immigrants and modified to match our own culture. It’s all yummy, but it does make me shed a patriotic tear of sadness once in a while to think about. Fortunately, there are still a few foods here and there which we can proudly take credit for here in ‘Murrica, one of the most notable ones being corn.