I'm looking for a 100% rye pizza base recipe. The recipes I can find all combine the rye with other flours (typically wheat based). I know it is possible to create 100% rye based pizza bases as I know of one pizza place in town that sells them.
I understand that they had to do something special to keep the pizza base from falling apart. I don't mind experimenting a bit to find a recipe that works, but I could use some ideas on where to start - what sort of ingredients might bind the rye so that it doesn't crumble as a thin pizza base and maintains a low glycemic index for my diabetic wife.
The only dietary requirements would be that the various ingredients maintain a low glycemic index or a specific ingredient with a high glycemic index can be counteracted by some other ingredient. And only using rye flour.