Recipe Directions

So basically the marinading is just a splash of organic apple cider vinegar and sea salt and ripped fresh herbs, sit the mushrooms in a tray of it for the day(covered) and give it a shake when you can. This step can be skipped, or done in less time especially if the shrooooms are smaller!
The sauce I prepared just sat all day in a container and then was buzzed (blender or processor) at the end before i spread it on the mushies. It was basically: half a red onion, 2 chopped cloves garlic, two squished tomatoes three sundried tomatoes (they soaked in the sauce through the day), splash of the apple cider vinegar, sprinkle of sea salt and a date. This all turns lovely and stronger the longer you leave it, so make it in the morning if you want it concentrated when you blend it at night.
So just put everything together at the end! Remove the mushroom stalks (mush them in the sauce if you like), spread on the sauce, sprinkle on your toppings and they are done! My non-raw non-vegan mum and non-raw best friend loved loved loved them.
Now I must find more huge mushrooms….. :)

Staraw's Thoughts

These mushrooms I found last week at the growers market were literally as big as dinner plates. I marinated them all day and made a beautiful sauce and some fresh basil olive and red capsicum topping with a sprinkle of nutritional yeast.Mushrooms make fantastic pizza bases but GIGANTIC ONES? mmMMM!

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HollyWould's Review

Gigantic Field Mushroom Pizzas
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This was one of the first raw recipes I tried. I really enjoyed it. Its nice to make something really filling that doesn't need a dehydrator. Fab tomato sauce recipe I have used for other dishes. Thanks.

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Im glad everyone enjoyed! :)

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The see method part is under directions. "The sauce I prepared just sat all day in a container and then was buzzed (blender or processor) at the end before i spread it on the mushies. It was basically: half a red onion, 2 chopped cloves garlic, two squished tomatoes three sundried tomatoes (they soaked in the sauce through the day), splash of the apple cider vinegar, sprinkle of sea salt and a date. This all turns lovely and stronger the longer you leave it, so make it in the morning if you want it concentrated when you blend it at night." sorry I only noticed your comment then!

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I need to make this for dinner tonight, my daughter is a raw vegan, and I really need to know what 'see method' means in the tomato sauce part.

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*edit* I tried this last night and LOVED it. Post more recipes!

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*edit* I tried this last night and LOVED it. Post more recipes!

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I bought all of the ingredients today and it totaled less than $15. I bought enough to make a few of these so the price is reasonable. Im making these tonight. I love simple recipes that do not have to many ingredients and require dehydrators :/. Thanks so much for this recipe and it looks SO good, can't wait to eat this~

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i made this tonight for dinner, yummmmmmmy....i did a little variation, and after i marinated the shroom, i put them in the dehy. for a couple hours to "warm" them up, then put all the goodies on....yummmmmmmmmy. thanks for the recipe.

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These were great! I made them today for dinner. I used portabellos. Thanks staraw! The tomato sauce was so good. I had never thought to use dates before.

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ikn- my local farmers market grocery had them for a few days...its called Harris Farm markets. Any field mushies work these were just a special find :)
Rawkidchef- Sure, that would work fine if you have enough sundried tomatoes. Id miss the taste though personally, and so id prob sprinkle fresh ones on as part of the topping.
enjoy Izhpt :)
awwww thanks megan!!! once youve had the mushies as pizza bases you wont go back! Though lettuce leaves sounds nice n fresh as well as a it cheaper.

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you are SO AWESOME for making this and posting it!!! I have wanted a non-dehydrated pizza recipe since forever! The only thing I came close with were lettuce leaves & "pizza" toppings....thank you!

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Dinner tonight,staraw!

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I think there are portabello mushrooms that size...just rip the caps off. These look SO good. I absolutely LOVE tomato sauce recipes. Maybe I'll omit the fresh tomato and just blend soaked sundried tomatoes with soak water and spices/onion/salt? Would it ruin it to leave out the fresh tomato? Thanks

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wow! this looks awsome! where can you buy these huge mushrooms? I've never seen them in the store or at the farmer's market.

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:) aww nature provides us with amazing treats!

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Beautiful!

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