Pieology Pizzeria


Facebook fan Wendy let us know that Pieology is a great option for dairy-free pizza. They offer Daiya dairy-free cheese alternative and according to their nutrition chart, the whole wheat and gluten-free crusts are made without dairy. In fact, if you are building your own, most of the toppings appear to be milk-free. Keep in mind that the typically dairy-containing sauces like alfredo and pesto are made with milk, but they have options like the red sauce, BBQ sauce, olive oil and more.

Pieology has quite a few locations in California, with a small smattering of restaurants throughout the U.S. See their website or locations, phone numbers and menus.

Website: www.pieology.com

Pieology Pizzerias off Daiya Dairy-Free Cheese Alternative plus three crust options (original, wheat, and gluten-free) made without milk.

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  1. I was told by employees that the white crust contains whey, the wheat crust has honey, and that the red sauce is made with chicken broth. One employee told me the pesto was vegan, but the website says it contains milk. One branch had a ‘vegan red sauce’ stashed behind the counter. Why offer vegan daiya cheese, but make it so difficult to actually order a vegan pizza, oh Pieology?

    • Hi Masala, they offer a great nutrition chart with allergen info. Like the dairy-free cheese, the wheat crust and gluten free crust are dairy-free and egg-free. The red sauce and a few other sauces are dairy-free (unfortunately, most pesto you will find at restaurants does contain cheese). As for strictly vegan, they don’t provide this information on their website, so I appreciate you sharing it.

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