Last night, I gave in and tried it. I was happily surprised. My complaint with the frozen crusts (and many other gluten free products) is the texture. It is dry and sandy with little to no flavor. When I opened this bag, I could smell the seasonings. It was a pleasant surprise. The directions were easy to follow and the dough came together as promised by the bag. The flour had a pretty smooth feeling to it. Take note GF producers, if the flour feels grainy and hard, the end product will probably not be that tastey.
The crust rolled out niceley and did not fall apart and break up easily. Places where I pushed too hard came back together easily. As you can see, I am an easy and simple pizza topper. Pepperoni and good cheese.
I don't recall the packaging speaking to whether it was organic or whether they use any genetically modified ingrediants. I am planning to check more into those issues (so hopefully, I can keep eating it!) Chebe's website can be found at http://www.chebe.com/.
I will be posting a review of Guido's gluten free pizza as well as a review of Godfather's gluten free pizza in the future. For now, I would say that I would eat again at either restaurant!