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Amount of Mozzarella & Salsa on Pizza

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  • Amount of Mozzarella & Salsa on Pizza

    Hi all,

    What is the amount (in grams) of:

    - Cheese (Mozzarella or Fior di Latte)

    - Tomato Sauce

    On a 250 grams "traditional Napolitan Pizza Margherita"?


    Last edited by southpaw; 11-04-2007, 02:46 AM. Reason: add pizza size (250 grams)

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    Re: Amount of Mozzarella & Salsa on Pizza

    The complete list of specifications are printable/downloadable from the FB home page, under Resources - Pizza Napoletana. I have not actually read them in awhile....I believe the mozzarella would be 100 g. for a 250 g. pizza.
    I also remember the VPN specs do allow for a bit of size variation - with 250 g. being the largest. As for the sauce, my memory fails me, All I remember is that the amount isn't enough for my taste, I use a bit more.