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Old 06-04-2011, 02:49 PM   #1  
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Default Points Question: Rita's Water Ice and tomato pie

Anybody know the average points plus in a kid sized Rita's Water Ice? (just the regular ice, not the cream ice) Also, we are ordering tomato pie tonight. Do you think I should just take the points from a regular slice of pizza and subtract the cheese? I'm new to this still!
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Old 06-06-2011, 12:34 AM   #2  
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Unfortunately I don't know the points or calories in a "Rita's" anything. It doesn't appear to be a chain restaurant.

You might be able to look through known restaurants and choose similar items so that you can make the best guess.

If a tomato pie is just like a pizza, but without the cheese, then that's how I'd go about figuring out the points. Pizza...subtract the cheese.
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I think a tomato pie may be a little more because the crust is a pie crust, not a pizza crust, right?
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Oh, and http://www.ritas.com/ is the link for Rita's - there is a link to nutritional info on the main page near the bottom.
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Munchy, no, tomato pie is on a regular pizza crust and is typically supposed to be crushed tomatoes rather than just sauce, although some places make it with just chunky sauce and call it tomato pie, which is pathetic!
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