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    Rice-based black pizzas coming to Surry Hills

    This might be a lot of things, one thing is for sure, it ain't pizza, what a god almighty bloody mess, kind of what a Starbucks mint frappuccino is to coffee, the horror.
    "Sash restaurant has been warming up its act in the Victorian capital in recent months, the start-up turning out rice-based Japanese pizza bases blackened with squid ink. "
    https://www.goodfood.com.au/eat-out/news/pizzas-are-the-new-black--literally--at-sash-20171208-h019or?benref=smh


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    It's round. It's flat. Has a variety of toppings. I'd let them call it pizza. I'd even try it.
    It's got to beat Hawaiian.

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    Hawaiian pizza! another abomination.

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    "Pizza is a traditional Italian dish consisting of a yeasted flatbread typically topped with tomato sauce and cheese and baked in an oven. It is commonly topped with a selection of meats, vegetables and condiments." - Wikipedia.


    No mention of colour or flour or topping, international standards. If we allow our creativity to be restricted how did we invent the Pizza, or anything else, in the fist place? Without the original crazy idea of putting tomato and cheese on a flat bread we would not have this subject to discuss, Friday nights would not be the same, what about all the delivery peoples jobs! and this thread would not exist - mmmm time machine please. :-)

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    My son in law tries the fusion cooking argument on me, yep, progress, bit like filling a baked pie with pumpkin and fish and calling it an Aussie meat pie, it ain't.

    I reckon a lot of these innovators are frustrated artists, albeit of limited ability.

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    Probably wouldn't be so bad if it were not for the squid ink colouring. I assume rice = rice flour?

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