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Old 05-30-2013, 03:48 PM
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So it looks like im going to make more dough. 5 more people added to the list. Thats 21 people now.
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Burp them when you fill them, then check every day or poke a pin hole in the lid.
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Old 05-30-2013, 05:29 PM
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And just as an FYI, the Classico tomatoes sold by Walmart are in actuality Stanislaus 6-1 tomatoes and they are arguably the best there is for uncooked pizza sauce. Oh and they are on sale for a buck a 28oz can.

I have tried every brand available from 5 buck a can DOP San Marzanos to all the national brands to the local brand (HEB which is what I use for cooked pizza sauce).

Do you have any expectations on how long you plan on cooking each pizza? I ask because just the tomatoes are great for sub 2 minute pizza, but cooked sauces do better for 2-6 minute pizzas.
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Old 05-30-2013, 06:05 PM
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I'll have to look for those (classico) next time I brave Walmart. Cento is our favorite by far...and at 3.99 a can totally worth it.
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So it looks like im going to make more dough. 5 more people added to the list. Thats 21 people now.
Sounds like what happens every time we have people over. You will be a pizza making machine.

Once I start noticing everyone getting full, I switch from pizza to Stromboli, and send them home with people....they are a big hit.
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I like Cento as well, but the Classico/6-1 are at least three notches above them. I can get the 6-1 at Restaurant Depot, but they are in #10 cans and that is a lot of sauce.
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I'll have to taste it to believe that...but I'm not brand loyal, I'll try pretty much anything. I'm talking about the Cento San Marzano btw.
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And just as an FYI, the Classico tomatoes sold by Walmart are in actuality Stanislaus 6-1 tomatoes and they are arguably the best there is for uncooked pizza sauce. Oh and they are on sale for a buck a 28oz can.

I have tried every brand available from 5 buck a can DOP San Marzanos to all the national brands to the local brand (HEB which is what I use for cooked pizza sauce).

Do you have any expectations on how long you plan on cooking each pizza? I ask because just the tomatoes are great for sub 2 minute pizza, but cooked sauces do better for 2-6 minute pizzas.

Thanks for the info. I guess ill find out when i get the fire going, Id like to be at 750F, i dont want to have a raging fire the first time, So does that mean i shouldn't cook the sauce ahead of time?
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Obviously the stonecutter notices the stone countrtop. Lol, thank you.

Lol, i will take photos.
Oh..and I did notice the travertine subway backsplash too...compliments the granite nicely I must say.
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Actually, you will still want to get a good long burn, like 4 or 5 hours if you plan on cooking 20 pizzas. Heat soak that puppy, then let it ease back to 750-800. I usually cook one or 2 at 900+, 60-70 second bake then let it cool to about 750 to cook 2 minute pizzas.
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