i think the first time i heard about flatout bread was from (never home) maker. i looked for it at whole foods and could never find it, but when i took a trip to good ole costco with my mom for til's party i stocked up.
i made pimento cheese roll-ups with them for the party and after that it was pb&js, quesadillas, and now pizza. since we really don't eat bread, its made an awesome substitute. you could also make delightfully thin-crusted pizza out of ezekiel tortillas.
for these pizzas you will need:
tomato sauce (preferably organic)
organic raw cheese
for these pizzas i coated the bread with olive oil and a little real salt and stuck them in the oven at 350 until they were lightly toasted. i then spread tomato sauce on top with a sprinkling of oregano. covered with minced garlic, shredded cheese, and baby kale. popped them back in the oven on broil until the cheese was hot and bubbly. fastest lunch ever, made complete by my favorite condiment.
the possibilities are really endless, just nothing too heavy because the bread can't handle it.