The famous American baseball legend, Yogi Berra, said, ““Cut my pie into four pieces, I don’t think I could eat eight.” I’ll agree with him on that! And what is a good pie without a crust? Crust is the bones of the pie. It elevates filling, like pudding and stewed apples, from spoon territory to fork territory. Pie is meant as the canvas that all the rest of the dish explodes from. It doesn’t need salt to be delicious. The tang of vinegar beautifully replaces the need for salt in a crust, without damaging the quality.