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    Hello All, I am new to this forum and pizza making. I am starting out in my home with a pizza stone and my convection oven. I have made my own flour from 00 and used store bought flour. Each time i have tried to cook the pizza, the sauce and cheese cook well, but the dough is almost always undercooked. I have rolled the dough out thinly at times and keep it thicker at other times. I cannot seem to find the happy medium. Whats the secret to getting the dough/sauce/cheese to all cook properly? Thank you for anyone who can provide insight.