And then they put it in the high temperature oven for 180 seconds and finally they call your name. There are some vegan last minute add-ons that they can add to your pizza including arugula, buffalo sauce and balsamic drizzle. When they found out we were vegan, the workers automatically changed gloves and worked diligently to avoid cross-contamination with meat products.
We each ordered our own pizzas and found that the 9-inch build-your-own was a nice and filling lunch. Blaze Pizza is very similar to Pizza Fire. Although others may have done a side-by-side comparison, we found them comparable in taste, price and both had vegan cheese! Blaze seemed to have slightly more vegetable options and we liked the roasted garlic. Pizza Fire had fresh basil growing in-house and we liked that touch. Overall, both were delicious!
Peta has a nice entry on how to order vegan at Blaze: https://www.peta2.com/vegan-life/vegan-options-at-blaze-pizza/