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17 minutes ago, ckreef said:

They look tasty. Care to share the tips? 

 

 

12 minutes ago, John Setzler said:

Results look great!  I'd love to hear the tips you got also...

 

 

it’s nothing that you don’t already know:

 

These cold-fermented 72 hours

 

Hydration level was 75% (gonna try 80 next)

 

5g olive oil in dough recipe 

 

Oven temp was around 850 

 

leoparding is the smoke ring of the pizza world lol

 

first “white” pizza I’ve ever made and it was to die for 

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5 hours ago, freddyjbbq said:

 

 

it’s nothing that you don’t already know:

 

These cold-fermented 72 hours

 

Hydration level was 75% (gonna try 80 next)

 

5g olive oil in dough recipe 

 

Oven temp was around 850 

 

leoparding is the smoke ring of the pizza world lol

 

first “white” pizza I’ve ever made and it was to die for 

 

I have never made pizza dough with that much water in it

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11 minutes ago, John Setzler said:

 

I have never made pizza dough with that much water in it

 

 Give it a try!

 

trickiest part to me was getting it out of proofing tray to stretch (sticky). 

 

use a good amount flour and a little practice 

 

 Here is tonight’s 75% (only about 40 hours) Oven temp only about 750

 

 

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7 hours ago, bosco said:

Cold ferment is the secret!!!! Freddy you killed it man!!! Great work looks amazing 

 

Thanks bro, maybe throw a poolish together for next Saturday and see what’s what.

 

going to try some wings on the bbq 500 later on tonight 

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7 hours ago, bosco said:

Cold ferment is the secret!!!! Freddy you killed it man!!! Great work looks amazing 

 

The temp is important too, significant difference in smoke ring, (umm I mean Leoparding) between 800 & 700.

 

at any rate, my wife and kids loved them and there are so many variations and endless possibilities.  Looking forward to slinging grandma’s when our pans arrive !

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1 hour ago, freddyjbbq said:

Looking forward to slinging grandma’s when our pans arrive !

 

Did they give you a date?

 

These pans are made to order. I figure when you order pans your order is put in the production que. They gave me a ship date of March 6th (about 3 weeks after I ordered them). They arrived a few days after that. If I'm remembering correctly they didn't charge my card until they shipped. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, freddyjbbq said:

 

You’re ALWAYS welcome here! Nice to see you back! 

Freddy thanknyou sir, I am very happy to be back, going to take me some time to get caught up around here.  This looks like something I need to get into. I LOVE pizza

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