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Useful Videos on Dough & Pizza Making

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    Tomato Sauce

    Preparing pizza

    ** Interesting note on the tomato sauce, the guy in this video uses a blender (not recommended by FB). He does however state that you can use "anything" (masher etc) to crush the tomotoes. Nice basic tomato sauce recipe though.
    Last edited by heliman; 10-01-2009, 12:38 AM.
    / Rossco

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    Re: Useful Videos on Dough & Pizza Making

    Thanks Chris,
    your pies are look very appealing! I am new to the industry and I appreciate your authentic professional techniques. If you put oil on your pies just before they go in why does oil go into the sauce? I have tried it both ways but would like your take on it. I guess the more luscious olive oil the better!?