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Pizza Dough???

sirlancealotsirlancealot Posts: 446
edited 6:48AM in EggHead Forum
Where can u buy pizza dough to make a pizza or stromboli. Or do i have to make my own which i don"t know how to do. Thanks 4 your responses..Peace...

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  • Charlie tunaCharlie tuna Posts: 2,191
    How about Sam's Club ? Cheap, you buy by the case and freeze
  • sirlancealotsirlancealot Posts: 446
    Thanks Mr. Charlie.
  • PattyOPattyO Posts: 883
    There was a recent discussion about pizza dough and this special flour. I've made it three times sinced and it is not at all difficult. The texture is amazing and definite authentic wood fired pizza with all the bubbles and blisters and charred edges you could want. Pay attention to it after it is on the stone and turn once or twice because there is always a hot spot.
    PattyO
    http://www.eggheadforum.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=914939&catid=1#
  • KnaufKnauf Posts: 337
    If you have a Publix nearby you can get fresh dough in the bakery dept. Better yet if you have Publix Greenwise try their 9 grain fresh dough. It's out of this world. Bring it home and let it rise for an hour or two and you are in business. I have made my own and don't feel it's worth the trouble when I can get this everyday if needed.
  • Little ChefLittle Chef Posts: 4,725
    Sirlancelot...Go to a local pizzeria. They'll usually send you a large dough for just a couple $$. Cut it in two unless you like really thick crust.
    Making the dough is easy, too, but definately makes it a bit more labor intensive. Start with your pizzeria, and when you are hooked, you can learn to make your own dough. :)
  • sirlancealotsirlancealot Posts: 446
    thx 4 all your responses, I don"t have publix but i do have pizzaria and sams, and Bi-Lo.
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