At Pizz’a Chicago, we want everyone to find something delicious to eat. Thanks to our versatile menu, the biggest meat eaters and pure vegetarians can come together over a delicious meal. Keep reading to learn more about the vegetarian options at our San Jose and Palo Alto locations:
On top of our salads, soups, and breadsticks, we also have a delicious selection of vegetarian pizzas that will instantly make you feel satiated. Our Air Jordan is simple and delicious with Roma tomatoes, basil, and garlic. We also have the Two Thumbs Up, which blends mozzarella, provolone, Romano, Swiss, and fontino cheeses. The John Dillinger brings together Pesto, almonds, roasted bell peppers, roasted garlic, and Romano cheese. The Sears Tower pays homage to Chicago with onions, sweet red peppers, zucchini, marinated artichoke hearts, and black olives.
Come to Pizz’a Chicago today to try these and other vegetarian pizzas . Our menu offers the selection you need to order exactly what you want. For more information on our menu or corporate catering options, call (408) 283-9400 or (650 424-9400.
The stigma against gluten has kept people from enjoying some of the foods they love the most. This guide gives you more information about what gluten is and how you can still eat foods like pizza even if you are sensitive to this ingredient:
The proteins gliadin and glutenin comprise gluten, which is found in wheat endosperm. Gluten serves an important role when plants germinate by providing nourishment for the embryos. When grains containing gluten are turned into flour, it also impacts the amount of elasticity in the dough. It is most commonly associated with wheat, but it is also found in rye, barley, and other breeds.
For most people, the consumption of gluten does not cause any negative effects. People who suffer from a gluten intolerance like celiac disease, however, have issues when their bodies try to break down and digest the gluten. Because their immune system has an abnormal response to it, eating gluten actually puts their intestines at risk for damage. A gluten intolerance can lead to uncomfortable and painful symptoms like diarrhea, fatigue, and joint pain.
If you have some sort of gluten intolerance, it is very important to adopt a gluten-free diet or you could put your health at risk. A huge variety of foods from pizza to French fries and salad dressings contain gluten, which means you should be extremely careful about what you eat.
At Pizz’a Chicago, we want everyone to enjoy the taste of authentic Chicago-style deep-dish pizza , and we now offer a gluten-free option for thin crust. Come in today to have some pizza that allows you to maintain your gluten free diet without sacrificing the foods you love. To learn more about our menu options or our locations in San Jose and Palo Alto, visit us online or call (408) 283-9400 or (650 424-9400.
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