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  • Great peel work....

    Love cousin Guido's technique especially the over the head peel trick...haha YouTube - PIZZA NAPOLETANA (O'MASTO)
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  • #2
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    You've got to admire such craftsmanship!
    He has done that before i guess many times. As they say, practice makes perfect.
    I like the way he has all his pizza balls in what looks like a cream/yellowish flour which gives me an idea for mine next weekend.
    Any ideas on what it is?
    I don't think it is his dough flour.


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    • #3
      Re: Great peel work....

      It looks like semolina flour.


      • #4
        Re: Great peel work....

        Yes, that's what I thought, semolina flour. A little more yellow than normal, however.
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        • #5
          Re: Great peel work....

          The brand I buy is very yellow, it is called "Golden Temple", I get it from a local Pakistani store (along with sandalwood soap and curries).