So i found out tomato paste goes on like jam, and it makes a healthier snack. Tastes very good;
They sell a 6oz can for .39 and i now put half in my bean/lintel dish. Tomato paste/sauce is well known for its health benefits.
But the sauce they sell has all kinds of crap in it that i don't want. This paste is just tomato pulp.
I ran out of jam, and with all the fructose in it, it does not sound too healthy.
Years ago i'd mix dough and make pizza. Did that for 20 years, but it did not taste good anymore; cheese and meat no longer tasted good, so frustrated, i quit.
Now i just make rolls. Half a home baked roll w/tomato paste turns out to be a good snack. With salt, heated in the MWave. Just had another slice. a little salt helps a lot.
Could add something else, but i'm not sure what
cheese is not good for me.
EDIT for me, mushrooms! always liked cooked, sliced mushrooms on a pizza.
A note on tom paste; it will not keep, so i'm going to try it in a freezer bag, and roll it down to 1/8". Then i can snap off a slice when i want to make a pizza flavor snack.
Tomato paste: 33g is 35 calories, 2g protein, 6g carbs(3g sugar) 1g fiber, 0 fat.
and my friends did not know that 4g equals 1 teaspoon, so i'm mentioning this so you can convert g to teaspoons. So you can see my snack contains less than 1t sugar. and 33g might be enough for 2 slices, not sure on that, don't have a gram scale.
and the can says, stamped on top: "non BPA can liner" bpa is BAD so look for the better can.
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Favorite foods: corn, potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions, cabbage, broccoli, lintels, black beans, mushrooms, cherries, mangoes, bananas, pineapples, blueberries, strawberries, pasta, home made rolls and no-fat chips.