Onion, Garlic, Mushroom, Sundried Tomato, Fresh Spinach & Feta Cheese. Optional Olives and Pepperoni.
I am really sorry to say that this is one experiment I wish I hadn't started. I have a mate who is a total vegetarian, and the 'standard' version of these doesn't have Pepperoni on it. Because I *am* a critter-consumer of a most avid disposition, I opted for the meat... and it really didn't suit the dish at all.
For those who enjoy the purely karma-friendly food, this could indeed be a serious contender for your hard-earned dollars... but it's so far down my personal list it's off the page and written on air.
Overall, in all fairness to the dish itself, there is *nothing wrong or unpleasant* about it... it just doesn't suit my carnivor tastes.
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