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I've had my Vision Classic for 2 weeks now, and am unabashedly in love.

 

I've done steaks, chicken, kabobs, planked salmon, direct grilled-fish, and now... pizza.   I did a lot of reading and lot of preparation and it turned out GREAT.    Bought the Vision lava stone diffuser, and a cheap peel/stone combo at BJs (think Costco/Sam's Club).  

 

Store-bought dough (Publix), marinara, 5-italian-cheese, red pepper, red onion, peperoncinis, prosciutto, mushroom and fresh basil.    500 degree dome temp with the lava and pizza stone in for 40 minutes... cooked for 5, turned, cooked for 5.

 

I gotta say, I'm never buying pizza from anywhere again!

 

Thanks to all in these forums for all the great information; I hope to one day be helpful to someone else as well!

 

Cheers,

 -B

 

 

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Never made a pizza in my life until I got my Akorn kamado last year. Agree with you on taste, first pizzas ranked right up with the high end "coal fired" pizza restaurants.

 

Publix makes it easy. The fresh dough for under $3 or their buy one/get one free is unbeatable. Ran across it by chance. I was trying to make my first pizza and checking out with a couple of Boboli type premade crusts. Checkout lad told me to dump them and go to the Bakery section for the fresh dough. She was right.

 

Try a BBQ pulled pork pizza with meat from a recent pork butt cook. Best pizza I've ever tasted.

 

Cheers

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