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Mar 6, 2014 08:32 AM

fresh gluten free pizza dough to buy

Where can I buy fresh made gluten free, soy free FRESH pizza dough to buy in the Boston, Brookline, Newton, Cambridge area! Needs to be fresh, not premade frozen.

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  1. My local Whole Foods have it. They will also special order it for you which is great if you are cooking for a crowd and need a lot.

    I would also suggest calling your favorite place to take out GF pizza. Many places are happy to sell it to you.

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    1. re: foodieX2

      Thx! The brand they sell is frozen and is full of soy and bad preservations. Need fresh only. Can't find it anywhere to buy. Don't want premade crust.

      1. re: HornetBupp

        Not the frozen stuff at WF- they carry fresh in ready made section or ask them at the bakery counter. Good luck.

        If you have no luck you can make your own pretty easily. Check out the Great recipe. I have successfully made theirs in my bread machine too though it comes put a little tougher when I do.

        1. re: foodieX2

          Thank. Which WF sells fresh pizza dough that's not cross contaminated w/wheat flour? This is a health issue, not a preference. You've been very helpful. I appreciate it.

    2. I've seen Portland Pie Company gluten free dough at McKinnons in Salem, NH. Fresh, not frozen -- but I don't know about the soy. Might be worth a call to see if they supply any place near you.

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        1. re: HornetBupp

          Beware: it has soy oil. Readily available at MacKinnons and Hannaford, but has soy oil.

          1. re: pinehurst

            Thank for saving me the time. I cannot have soy or preservatives.

        2. re: Jana

          The one in Hingham. One caveat-it's been at least 7-8 months since I bought any. My GF/celiac friend moved a few hours away. The few times we get together since it has just been the two of us, not her whole family, so in
          I started making it myself. Cheaper and easier!

          1. re: foodieX2

            Do you have an easy recipe w/out xanthan, bean flours, psyllium, etc? Would u be willing to share?

            1. re: HornetBupp

              This is the one I use. It does have 1/2 tsp xanthum gum but no bean flours.


              1. re: foodieX2

                Thanks. Would need a sub for xanthan, but thanks. Wouldn't think it would be so hard to buy fresh GF pizza dough without garbage in it. Very odd.

                1. re: HornetBupp

                  I'm no scientist but if you have the other ingredients on hand maybe try it w/o the xanthum and see what happens? Might be a good and not too expensive experiment.

                  1. re: foodieX2

                    Xanthan is used to create the elasticity in lieu of gluten

              2. re: HornetBupp

                We'd recommend you post on our Special Diets board at with this type of question. That helps keep the discussion on this board focused on finding great chow in the Boston area.

          2. HB, StoneHearth Pizza would sell you dough i'm sure. but you'd need to ask them all the questions cuz i have no idea. They have a number of locations.