Happy Pi Day! Who Wants A Slice?

National Pi Day is not to be confused with National Pie Day, even though they are pronounced the same. The two can be easily mistaken because various pie or pizza places present deals for food on each of these days. While both of these days may seem like excuses to eat pie or pizza, National Pi Day actually has mathematical significance.

Dig deep into your archives of middle school geometry and remember the mathematical constant pi, which is is 3.14159265359 or commonly shortened to 3.14. This is why National Pi Day takes place in the third month of the year, on the fourteenth day of that month (March 14th).

Pi Fact: Albert Einstein, the German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, was born on March 14th in 1879. It’s as though he was destined to accomplish what he did!

Larry Shaw is credited with hosting the first Pi Day in 1988 at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, California. He worked there as a physicist and, according to the event history, people marched around the building’s circular spaces, followed by chowing down on pies! Speaking of chowing down on pies, try our pie-themed recipes below and let us know how you like them. We thought outside the box this year and we think you’ll appreciate the creativity.

Watermelon Pizza “Pie” Is The Perfect Snack:

This recipe exemplifies the creative minds that concoct amazingly tasty raw food recipes. These “pies” are the perfect healthy snacks for kids and adults alike.

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Raw Caramel Apple Pie:

This delicious take on apple pie is easy to make and incredibly tasty. The best part about it is that you can eat it while you are cleansing!

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Beet Pizza Crust:

We had to give you one savory pie recipe, and this pizza crust is just that! This veggie pizza is filled with powerful earthy flavor combinations. If you’re craving pizza and don’t want to feel guilty about eating it, make this recipe.

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Sources:

https://www.thrillist.com/news/nation/national-pie-day-vs-national-pi-day

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