I will not be ordering because while I am not celiac I am intolerant to wheat, rye, barley AND corn. I love pizza, but it's not worth the risk of the pain I have from eating gluten, including corn. Thank you for the opportunity to state my case! :-)
It sure would be nice to have a quick meal on tose days that I am lazy . Now how is it going to affect me with my Gluten Problem I have. I will give it a try ????
Too risky for us.
Too many shift turn overs between making all the toppings, dough and then cooking it. Let alone, wheat flying through the air and dirty utencils. Anyone sensitive to gluten I would think would have issues. This seems to be aiming more for those who CHOOSE a gluten free diet without actually having celiac, food allergy or sensitivity.
No way. I'm more worried about the prep on the way to the oven then the actual oven. Same trays, same line as gluten those just beg for CC, not to mention all the flour in the air.
I have a small place that serves both but is meticulous in preparing the GF pizza and has a special riser for the oven that both are cooked in. I am very sensitive and haven't had a problem. The bad part is the crust is crappy, and my gluten eating friends say the gluten crust is the same
I won't be ordering at all since I have multiple food allergies and have to minimize my carbohydrate intake.
I'm excited about the possibility of an affordable option for gluten free pizza! Boston Pizza carries a gluten free, individual sized, pizza which is somewhat affordable, but it's expensive to order the whole meal there. To be able to get gluten free with affordable rates for non-gf from Dominoes would be fabulous. After some more information to confirm it's safe, I'd be ordering!
I appreciate Kimberly Bouldin's articles/blog to keep us informed! It's exciting to realize that gluten-free dining is being accepted by mainstream restaurants and pizzerias. To have the ability to pick up a phone to order a gluten-free pizza or dine in with family and friends is too good to be true! Seems I've waited forever for this to be offered! If they follow safe practices to ensure no cross contamination and the biggest issue - train their staff to be knowledgeable - they will be serving a great need and those of us that want or need to eat gluten-free will embrace them if they do it right!
Looking forward to Kimberly's investigation and response to let us know how Dominos will proceed!