Monday, November 26


i'm gonna just say it-
prove your dough for longer than you think you should dudes.
that's it.
close to forty hours of refrigerated proof magic is what i activated,
and the resultant, exultant, extravagant dough that it produced was expert than a muhfhhhh.
word up.
i made it myself,
i let it do it's thing,
and i'm happy as heckfire with the process and the final product.
check the teleport:

a good dough is key to a good pizza.
i've tried a great many different jauns, and i truly love them all.
f'really real.
however, old-timey four ingredient majesty still reigns supreme.
that's the gods'-honest, neighbors.
2 cups flour;
2 tsp salt;
1 pkg active yeast;
3/4 cup warm water +1 tsp bread machine yeast, bloomed.
that's it.
kneaded for 11 minutes, and immediately refrigerated for a day and a halfish...
allowed to rise and shine while the oven heats to 480℉.
there y'go- easy as (pizza) pie.
i have the homemade sauce i just made on there.
as well as the homemade tapioca mozz i created recently, too.
homemade red lentil seitan sausage/ pepperoni?
homemade tastes better, bruh.
no doubt about it.
with carmies, and kale, finished with arugula,
plus fried garlic sprankles,
because rules is rules.
and also, it's got generous handfuls of minced daiya mozz.
i'll reiterate a recurring theme:
if you don't mince your daiya shreds,you are effing up really hard, kiddo,.
don't be lazy, be expert.
that's good for you.
the homemade 'sausage'roni?
the recipe for the sausage is here.
the upgrade is as follows:
in a 10" pan, over high heat, with 1 T olive oil,
place two sausages' worth of slices and 2/3 cup water,
plus 2 tsp smoked paprika, black pepper, and soy sauce together,
and reduce until the liquid is absorbed and the 'ronis brown on their bottioms a bit.
pizza will fix your life.
that's the truth.
a good pizza will positively affect your overall well-being.
a great pizza will carry you through the hardest times.
i mean it.
rough days, long nights, tough times, and the headaches that come with 'em
are all washed away with the first bite of an epic slice.
there's true comfort in that,
and i am grateful for pizza every damned day.
thanks are given, praise is due, pizza is the light and the power and the glory;
never quiet, never soft.....

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